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International celebrities that have joined Kenyans in protesting against the finance bill

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International celebrities are joining the chorus of outrage against the controversial Finance Bill 2024 in Kenya. These protests, fueled by anger at proposed tax hikes, have garnered international attention, with prominent figures lending their support.

Reggae Star Leads the Charge

Jamaican reggae artist Kabaka Pyramid, a Grammy Award winner, released a heartfelt video praising Kenyan protestors. “What an inspiration!” he declared, highlighting the universal struggle against oppressive policies. He encouraged protestors with “more strength and perseverance” and expressed his own desire for similar action in his home country.

Sports Star Shows Solidarity

English Premier League footballer Cole Palmer, a star player for Chelsea, took to social media to express his solidarity with Kenyans. With a simple message of “We are with you Kenyan brothers and sisters,” Palmer stood with the protestors fighting for their economic well-being.

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Ugandan Activist Joins the Chorus

Bobi Wine, a Ugandan musician and politician known for his activism, voiced his concern over reports of abductions targeting young protestors. Highlighting a similar situation in his own country, Wine condemned these actions and urged Kenyan authorities to “urgently release all those illegally detained.” His call echoes the demands for respect for human rights and freedom of expression.

Global Spotlight on Kenyan Struggle

This international support has not only amplified the voices of Kenyan protestors but also shone a global spotlight on the nation’s struggle. As the world watches, these acts of solidarity underscore the importance of unity and collective action against injustice. The message is clear – Kenya’s fight resonates far beyond its borders.

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