Speaking to protestors, Professor Nyong’o vowed to stay put but called for peaceful protests.

“Kisumu is on, Ramogi is on and we are marching forward together,” Prof Nyong’o said.

The protests have spread to different parts of the city including the Kisumu Bus park, areas around Kisumu Boys High School and the Kisumu-Kakamega highway.

The protestors also flocked the Kondele area towards Nyamasaria on the Kisumu-Nairobi Highway.

Eric Osenya, UDA’s chairman in Kisumu, said the protesters held them h*****e.

“When we got out, they came in and vandalised everything. They took all the computers, laptops, cameras, seats and curtains,” Osenya stated.


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