Good Morning Kenyans.
It is never a dull day in the political sphere with the constant twist and turns emerging from either the Kenya Kwanza or Azimio coalition factions.
Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka for the second week running has been on the spotlight.
Kalonzo on Monday came out to say that he won’t allow the Azimio leader Raila Odinga to lead any demonstrations.
He further noted that it was time for Kenyans to fight for themselves instead of relying on Raila.
The once vice-president of Kenya’s proclamations come days after claims emerged that Raila endorsed him for the top seat come 2027.
The ODM leader, however, swiftly discredited the reports and termed them as misinformation from the media.
This brings us to the big question, is this the actual end of demonstrations by Azimio or it is just political talk to stir reactions from Kenyans?
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Free fall? Shilling Breaches 150 Mark Against the Dollar
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