Angry Citizens Threaten to Push down State House Wall and Burn Raila’s Mansion in Bondo and Karen if he retrieves his plan on Monday 20th March 2023 Protest.
Citizens in Nairobi are ready to take Baba’s call to mark Monday 20th March 2023 a public holiday. This day is set by Azimio One Kenya Coalition to hold protests that are aimed to push the ruling government to lower the prices of basic goods in the country and ease the cost of living in the country.
After promising to receive the protest call on Monday, 20th March 2023, citizens have promised to follow the directions given by the former prime minister Raila Odinga. News reaching Tambua Africa News desk indicate that angry citizens have passed a warning to President William Ruto Amid Monday protest.
Speaking to Mutembei Tv, Protesters in Nairobi said it has been to their attention that the president is busy setting up the Statehouse Wall to protect himself.The truth of this matter has not yet been confirmed on our side but they have promised to push down the wall.
Speaking to the same media, a call to action has also been passed to the transport sector to park their PSV vehicles and join the demos in the city. This is because they are the target in the cost of living after experiencing high fuel prices. They passed the burden to travellers who are local citizens.
The other group of people to receive the caution are the secondary and University going students. They have been urged to stay at home since there will be no school on Monday.
Nairobians and other protesters have expressed their preparedness to execute the action on Monday, 20th March 2023. However, they have not hesitated to warn the Azimio One Kenya Alliance leader, Hon. Raila Odinga if he decides to pull down the mass action.
Raila’s house in bondo and Karen will not be spared but might be burnt down if he fails in his mass action duty.
As this statement was issued, Azimio leaders have been spreading the word of peace in their Monday 20th March protests. Hon. Raila and others, including Eugene Wamalwa, promised that the protests would be peaceful and that no property shall be destroyed.
The Nairobi business people have already expressed how they fear their day might go to waste. Some have said they will not open their business as usual while others are too disappointed since their daily income will be inconvenienced.