Andrew Kibe, a former radio presenter, recently criticized Raila Odinga, the presidential leader of the Azimio la Umoja – One Kenya coalition party, for his upcoming mass action. Kibe urged Odinga to bring his daughter, Winnie Odinga, a member of parliament in the East Africa Legislative Assembly, to the protest before fighting on the streets. Kibe also called on other political leaders, such as Kalonzo Musyoka and Martha Karua, to bring their children to the front line of the demonstration. Kibe emphasized the need for all Kenyans to unite and fight for their freedom.
Meanwhile, Raila Odinga has been touring the country, holding rallies and speaking out against President Ruto and his administration. Odinga accused Ruto of failing to fulfill his campaign promises, particularly in regards to lowering the cost of living. Odinga declared a countrywide mass action to pressure the President to address the concerns of the Azimio la Umoja coalition party, including the need for a new electoral agency. Odinga is set to lead a one-million-person march in Nairobi on March 20th.