Okoth, aged 18, was shot six times after a group of protesters stormed the Parliament Building.....CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

Initially, it was thought that Okoth, who was shot in the chest and abdomen, had died because of gunshot injuries, but a report by Citizen TV indicates he survived.

Okoth, who is bedridden after being discharged from Kenyatta National Hospital, said he will continue supporting anti-government protests.

Speaking from his bed, Okoth said that even though he cannot walk, he will support the protests until the youths’ issues are sorted.

Okoth’s grandmother is now pleading with well-wishers to help offset the hospital bill after he missed out on the millions collected for victims of the anti-Finance Bill protests.

He has a hospital debt of KSh 46,000, and his grandma has been raising cash to clear the debt, but she has only raised KSh 500.

At least 23 protesters were shot dead by anti-riot police during the anti-finance bill protests in the country.

During the Thursday, June 20 demonstrations, a 29-year-old Rex Masai was allegedly killed by the police who responded to the protests, sparking widespread outrage among many Kenyan Gen Z members and political leaders alike…CONTINUE READING>>

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