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Raila Odinga’s Car Sprinkled with bullets during saba saba

Raila Odinga’s Car Sprinkled with bullets during saba saba

Raila Odinga’s security car was shot at as police engaged opposition supporters on their way to the Central Business District.

It was unclear whether the bullets struck the vehicle’s passengers.

During the altercation, the vehicle’s back windows were damaged.

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Several other vehicles in the convoy suffered damage as well.

After being partially obstructed by police, Raila maneuvered his way into the Central Business District.

Raila led his supporters to Central Park in protest against the Kenya Kwanza administration.

The CBD has been declared a no-go zone for both drivers and pedestrians.

Raila Odinga's Car Sprinkled with bullets during saba saba
Azimio leader Raila Odinga security vehicle sprayed with bullets on July 7, 2023.

Access to the CBD has been restricted due to heavily armed officers.

Those who attempted to enter illegally have been tear-gassed.

His convoy was surrounded by anti-riot police, who had shut down all roads leading to and from Kamkunji.

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Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka led Ukambani leaders in commemorating the Saba Saba rallies against President William Ruto’s administration on Thursday.

Kenyans, according to Kalonzo, were tired of what he called the Kenya Kwanza government’s persecution.

During the Saba Saba protests in Machakos County, he began collecting signatures against President William Ruto’s administration at Kathiani.

According to the Ukambani leader, the road of protests against Kenya Kwanza’s dictatorship had only just begun.

“God has a plan for this country, and His will must be carried out,” Kalonzo stated.

According to Kalonzo, most Kenyans are suffering as a result of increased living costs induced by the government’s inflation.

“Badala ya watu wakae wazungumze, wanakalia wengine kimabavu, wanakalia wengine kimabavu.” “In a democratic country, we can’t do that,” Kalonzo explained.

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