National Assembly minority leader Opiyo Wandayi has told the President William Ruto-led administration to prepare for an unstoppable mass action after the Kamukunji meeting set for Tuesday, June 27
While speaking during the ODM party delegate meeting in Nyatike Sub-County on Monday, June 26, Wandayi said the opposition will embark on a serious mass action that might not stop in due course.
He added that Azimio will not sit back and see Kenyans suffering because of the high taxation imposed by the government.
Moreover, the minority leader said Kenyans are going to resist government’s move to impose more taxes on them.
“We want to embark on a new journey at Kamukunji… a lot has been said, but where we have reached now, we must seek direction from the people. The journey that is beginning at Kamukunji may be unstoppable. Depending on what the people will tell us, it will change the politics of this country,” said Wandayi.
ODM Party chairman John Mbadi echoed the Majority leader’s sentiments, saying that over taxing Kenyans will not help the Kenya Kwanza government to raise money for the country’s development.
“This Kenya Kwanza government is taking the salaries of civil servants, we are headed to dangerous grounds, there is no economy which can grow by overtaxing its citizens,” Mbadi said.
The lawmakers further urged the ODM party leaders from the grassroots level to keep the party strong to ensure it remains the strongest party in the country.