- On Monday, Azimio held a rally at Kamukunji grounds.
- During the rally, Raila issued an 8-point ultimatum to the Kenya Kwanza administration.
Minority Leader Anthony Kiragu claims Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja facilitated the Kamukunji Azimio la Umoja political rally.
Nairobi county assembly Minority Leader Anthony Kiragu has claimed that Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja funded the Azimio leader Raila Odinga's rally in Kamukunji.
Speaking on Tuesday, Kiragu said the governor should declare his stand adding that residents in Nairobi are waiting for his services.
"We are aware that he facilitated the planning of the Azimio meeting. He donated Charter Hall on Sunday afternoon where groups were meeting during the day to strategise, mobilise and do fundraising for that event," he said.
He said that they have noted he is suspiciously quiet on the Azimio rally issue.
He alleged that the government financed the event and money were collected at his private office, claims the Star could not verify.
The minority leader added that Sakaja should protect Nairobi, residents.
The Star has reached out to governor Sakaja for a comment but he had not responded by the time of going to press.
We promise to publish his side of the story once he responds.
On Monday, Azimio held a rally at Kamukunji grounds.
During the rally, Raila issued an 8-point ultimatum to the Kenya Kwanza administration.
The opposition chief said he does not recognise President William Ruto as the head of state and demanded an audit of the August 9 polls by foreign agencies
He rejected the 2022 presidential election results, saying his victory was stolen.
Raila further demanded records of the 2022 elections at IEBC.
He rejected promises by Kenya Kwanza and UDA policies
The opposition chief rejected any attempts to reconstitute IEBC.
He further called upon Kenyans to resist and demand for the removal of punitive taxes on basic commodities and services.
Raila finally demanded the resignation of the government for lack of ability to govern and called on Kenyans to say no to the UDA regime and unfair policies.