Mulamwah Serves Anti-finance Bill Protesters Tea, Octopizzo and Other Celebrities Spotted On The Streets Today

It has been a whirlwind of activity in the country today as the anti-finance bill 2024 protests are in full gear throughout the country.

The Gen Z-led protests have drawn youth from every corner of the country, with massive turnouts from Kisumu, Eldoret, Nakuru, Kericho, Nyeri, Thika, Mombasa, and Kilifi. No region has been left behind.

On this third day of demonstrations, a notable number of celebrities have taken to the streets to support the cause and make their voices heard.

This move has been significant, as many celebrities have faced criticism online for not using their substantial platforms to amplify the concerns of Kenyans.

Whether it’s the fear of cancel culture or genuine support for the cause, the reasons behind their participation remain uncertain.

Nevertheless, numerous celebrities have shown up in Nairobi today, joining in the protests and engaging in running battles with the teargas-wielding police.

We all know, in a game of cat and mouse, the chase is relentless and unpredictable…

Famous content creator and comedian Mulamwah has particularly impressed both netizens and protesters by distributing tea and mandazis to those participating in the protests, embodying the spirit of solidarity.

Watch the video here:

Other newcomers who took to the streets today include rapper Octopizzo, the Wajesus Family, Wahu, Mca Tricky, Nameless, and Eve Mungai, among many others.

Namba nane rapper Octopizzo was welcomed with cheers from fellow protesters who have been picketing since Tuesday.

Watch it here:

Gospel singer Reuben Kigame also joined other Kenyans on the streets in rejecting Finance Bill 2024.

On Thursday, June 20, Kigame revealed that he was joining other street protesters to protest the Finance Bill 2024, which he claims includes a proposal to increase the tax on wheelchairs. “Folks, I am blind but will be on the streets to take my country back. I will not allow wheelchairs to be taxed. Eldoret, let’s meet on the streets. #RejectFinanceBill2024,” Kigame wrote.

Here is how he was received:

Regulars like Charisma, Julia Gaitho, Arrow Boy, Amina Abdi Rabar, and Terrence Creative were back today on the frontline as they made their voices heard.

Follow #RejectFinanceBill2024 on Twitter to stay updated on all the happenings at the peaceful protest.

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