Maina Njenga, Brother Arrested in Night Raid; Azimio Reveals Why Raila, Karua & Kalonzo Didn’t Take Part in Yesterday’s Demos & 7 Shot Dead, over 38 Injured In Protests

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It is on a Thursday morning and Azimio la Umoja marathon protests enter day two today. Even after Azimio bigwigs on Wednesday kept off the protests, coalition leader Raila Odinga termed it a success.

The leaders’ whereabouts were a top secret, with Mr Odinga only speaking to local media exclusively from an unknown location as his co-principal Martha Karua issued a statement condemning the arrest of some opposition leaders and their associates.

He said the agitation to push the Kenya Kwanza government led by President William Ruto to lower the high cost of living will not be thwarted by the State.

It was established that the opposition bigwigs devised strategies to confuse government operatives from monitoring their activities as well as possible attacks by a unit of the police – Operation Support Unit — which they claim is targeting them and their supporters.

Do you think today’s protests will be termed a success by Azimio? will Raila emerge from his hideout today?

Here is the news making headlines today on  Opera News App;

Maina Njenga, his brother arrested in night raid

Former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga was on Wednesday night arrested by a contingent of around 50 police officers.

Njenga was arrested alongside his brother Njoroge Njenga and his personal assistant Ole Lekishe while in his father’s home in Kiserian.

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Azimio Reveals Why Raila, Karua & Kalonzo Didn’t Take Part in Yesterday’s Anti-Govt Demos

Having failed to take part in yesterday’s Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition’s mass action demonstrations, the coalition via the minority leader in the national assembly Opiyo Wandayi has revealed why the top principals failed to side with Kenyans.

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Maandamano: 7 Shot Dead, over 38 Injured In Day 1 of Anti-Government Protests

The anti-government demonstrations called by opposition leader Raila Odinga turned chaotic as police battled protesters in various parts of the country.

According to Citizen TV, the violent skirmish left seven people dead across the country, with over 38 injured.

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