In Kenya, Azimio leaders are pushing for compensation to their injured supporters after the truce between Deputy President William Ruto and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
The Azimio La Umoja leaders are arguing that their supporters were injured and property destroyed during political rallies, and they believe that the government should take responsibility for these damages.
The truce between Ruto and Odinga has brought a sense of calm to the political arena, but the Azimio leaders are now focusing on the aftermath of the political rallies.
They claim that their supporters were attacked by the police and by rival political groups, and that the government should compensate them for their injuries and losses.
According to one Azimio leader, “Our supporters were injured, and some of them lost their property during the political rallies. We believe that the government should take responsibility for these damages, and compensate our supporters accordingly.”
The Azimio La Umoja movement is a political alliance formed by former prime minister Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka and several other political leaders.
The alliance has been holding political rallies across the country, with the aim of consolidating their political support petitioning president William ruto to step down
They have claimed that the IEBC conducted shoddy election and it wasn’t free and fair.
Recently Raila and William Ruto have agreed to work together for the sake of the Country.
The truce between Ruto and Odinga has put a temporary halt to the political rallies, but the Azimio leaders are still demanding compensation for their injured supporters. They are urging the government to act quickly and to provide compensation to those who were affected.
The government has not yet responded to the demands of the Azimio leaders, but there are concerns that the issue could escalate if the demands are not met.
With the political situation in Kenya still fragile, it is important for the government to address the concerns of all political groups, and to work towards a peaceful and stable future for the country.