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AZIMIO COALITION MOUNTS PRESSURE ON RUTO’S ADMINISTRATION – GhettoRadio 89.5 FM

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The Azimio la Umoja coalition has mounted pressure on President William by unleashing 12 resolutions dubbed Kamukunji Declaration

In rally staged in Kamukunji grounds in Nairobi,Ugunja member  of parliament  Opiyo Wandayi   called out President Ruto for unfulfilled promises as the 100-day window is set to expire.

“Ruto lied to Kenyans that he will lower the price of maize flour in the first 100 days yet it has gone up,” Embakasi Member of Parliament Babu Owino lamented in response to Ruto’s promise to lower the cost of maize flour in one week,” Wandayi read out to the cheerful crowd.

He said  that  members of the public must put Kenya  Kwanza administration on check  to fulfill  the promises they made during  campaigns among them lowering  the price of fuel and other  basic commodities  to the ordinary  citizens

“That Ruto administration be pressured to institute measures to reduce the cost of basic commodities, particularly by restoring subsidies OF unga, fuel, school fees and electricity beginning January 2023 failure to which Kenyans will be free to take such steps as they may deem fit to ease the burden of the yoke upon their shoulders,” Wandayi  said.

Among the resolutions  the Azimio  Leaders call on President Ruto to immediately  restore Kazi Mtaaani programme  to cushion  the unemployed  youths against and only offer mjengo  programme  to those who find it fit.

“That the Kazi Mtaani project be immediately restored and be made available to those who find it useful while others pursue options like Ruto’s mjengo, which will only reach a few, if at all it does,” he further  stated.

The party  officials  further  blamed the Office of Director of Public Prosecutions  for dropping  high profile case in what they termed  as rotten  justice  system that only give punitive jail terms to the poor while  rich enjoy  state protection.

“We decry the ongoing collapse of the criminal justice system that has seen the DPP drop cases of highly placed suspects while millions of poor Kenyans with petty offences continue to rot in jail and that the DPP be made to open the jails for everyone to walk home if the office is no longer interested in upholding the rule of law and protecting the criminal justice system,”he said.

By Rodgers Oduor

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