Veterans, Civil Society, Human Rights Activists join Azimio’s Push Back Against Ruto

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Veterans, human rights activists, intellectuals, faith-based organizations, trade unions, farmers’ associations, small businesses, and other civil society organizations are among the groups that will join Raila Odinga for his Thursday meeting at Ufungamano House in Nairobi.

The meeting whose objectives include rejecting a President William Ruto-controlled Parliament, charting a path for Kenya’s salvation, and engaging all Kenyans in making the nation great will start at 9 am.

In a Twitter post on Wednesday, the Azimio leader expressed hopes that the meeting would result in uniting Kenyans, developing a roadmap for national transformation, seeking solutions for national problems, and creating a brighter future for current and future generations.

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