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EXPOSED: State House in panic as secret plot to disrupt Azimio protests emerge

by Paul Nyongesa
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Narok Senator Ledama Olekina has made sensational allegations that the Kenyan government, under the leadership of President William Ruto, is planning to arrest Members of Parliament (MPs) who are aligned with the Azimio la Umoja movement. The senator claims that the government is hoping to create confusion and disrupt planned anti-government protests that are scheduled for March 20, 2023.

In a tweet, Senator Ledama stated that the plan is to arrest some MPs to cause disruption during the protests. He further claimed that when the lawyers are busy trying to bail out the arrested MPs, the struggle would get disrupted. The senator also claimed that Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua is pushing for his arrest, adding that if the DP has any issues with him, they should proceed to court.

“So, the plan now HE Babu Owino is to arrest some MPs to bring confusion on Monday… when the lawyers are busy trying to bail the MPs out the struggle gets disrupted… Raila Odinga the struggle continues,” Ledama said.

These allegations come days after Senator Ledama claimed that there is a plan to arrest him and Embakasi East MP, Babu Owino. The senator offered to hold Babu Owino’s brief and face the charges together.

Meanwhile, Azimio has assured that the planned mass action against the Kenya Kwanza government will be peaceful.

Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has affirmed that all protests by the opposition outfit to denounce government excesses and nondelivery of campaign promises will not involve acts of lawlessness.

Kalonzo assured the public that their picketing will be conducted in accordance with the law.

Even so, Embakasi East MP Babu Owino said he would rally university students to join the demos but said he could not promise that the mass action would be peaceful.

“I can only promise that there will be demonstrations but I can’t promise whether they will be peaceful or not,” he said.

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has said officers would be deployed in several sections of the CBD to allow Kenyans to go to work and open their businesses.

He said police will safeguard businesses and property across Nairobi.

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