- This is loosely translated to; Baba is coming, clear the way.
- Raila had said that he will lead Kenyans to the office of the President to hand over his petition to President William Ruto.
Protesters have started streaming in at the Kenya International Conference Center ahead of Azimio La Umoja planned mass action.
With Sufuria, spoons and plates on their neck, the protestors sang and danced to their tunes.
"Baba biro, yawne ne yoo," they sang
This is loosely translated to; Baba is coming, clear the way.
Other shouted 'Azimio! Azimio! Tuko tayari'
Another protestor said they are ready to take ODM Leader Raila Odinga to State House.
"We fear nothing, Baba won the elections, we will accompany Baba to KICC after which we'll go with him to State House," he said.
"Wafungue server!" another one shouted.
"We will also take him o the office of the President."
Raila had said that he will lead Kenyans to the office of the President to hand over his petition to President William Ruto.
"I call on our people to awaken the old fighting spirit that was always capable of bringing down failed bloodthirsty regimes. People who want to take charge of their destiny can do it despite threats and intimidation. In a matter of hours, we begin taking over our country and our destiny."
Raila also clarified that the match to the president's office is not about any tribe, race or religion, but it's all about the well-being of Kenyans.
He said Kenyans who want to be in charge of their fate can do it despite the threats being meted on them.
"My dear Kenyans, I'm not interested in your tribe, your race, your religion, your age. I am only interested in your happiness. We make possible the impossible. We are Kenyans. We set the trend," Raila said.