RAILA’s supporters teargassed while celebrating BABA’s birthday on Sunday – RUTO is becoming petty and primitive

Monday, January 8, 2024 - Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s supporters were teargassed in Nairobi on Sunday while they were celebrating his 79th birthday.

The supporters had gathered at Nairobi’s Central Business District near the Kenya Archives where they had organised birthday paraphernalia to honour the veteran opposition supremo.

However, police who came from nowhere threw teargas at the crowd forcing them to scamper for safety.

At some point, the organisers pleaded with the police to allow them to carry the cake away, but the determined officers continued firing tear gas.

“Wacha tuchukue keki! Wacha tuchukue keki!” one of the organisers was heard pleading with the police.

Leaders allied to the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party and other Kenyans took to social media to condemn the move by the police.

Westlands MP, Tim Wanyonyi, said the Government was scared because Kenyans are angry with President William Ruto's administration.

"The police turned up and tear-gassed our supporters.”

“The Government is scared because of tension and Kenyans who have no money as schools reopen," Wanyonyi said


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