KISUMU, Kenya, March 29- H.E Prof Peter Anyang’ Nyong’o, has announced the indefinite suspension of all public demonstrations within the county.
Residents of Kisumu County in Kenya have been engaging in peaceful demonstrations over the past two weeks, protesting the high cost of living and electoral fraud committed by the Kenya Kwanza government.
They have been demanding the opening of the 2022 Presidential election servers to determine the rightful winner of the seat, as well as protesting the undemocratic plans by the regime to handpick a partisan Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission to manage the 2027 General election contrary to what is provided for in the Constitution.
The people of Kisumu have been delivering their message and expressing their resolve to stand with the Azimio La Umoja leader, Raila Amollo Odinga, in his quest for justice.
However, after detailed consultations with the Azimion National leadership and the County Executive Committee, the Governor of Kisumu County, H.E Prof Peter Anyang’ Nyong’o, has announced the indefinite suspension of all public demonstrations within the county.
This is so that the people of Kisumu can join the demonstrations in Nairobi and continue their fight for justice.
The people of Kisumu remain committed to the aspirations of Azimio La Umoja and its campaign for a better Kenya.
The Governor has appealed to the people of Kisumu to work in tandem with law enforcement officers to maintain peace and security in the county.
The high cost of living has become a major concern for Kenyans, and the government’s lack of transparency in electoral processes has caused unrest.
The peaceful demonstrations in Kisumu and other parts of the country are a sign of the people’s frustration and their desire for change.
The government must address these issues and work towards a better future for all Kenyans