Former President Uhuru Kenyatta is allegedly behind the planned protests on Monday, according to Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and Majority Leader of the National Assembly Kimani Ichung’wah.
The leaders of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance spoke on Saturday in Kirinyaga County, where a group of Mount Kenya Members of Parliament named DP Gachagua the top leader in the region.
This mzee lost; there is nothing they can do, said the DP. “These individuals who are sponsoring this mzee should quit living in denial,” he added.
“Uhuru Kenyatta because you are the main sponsor of the demonstrations,” Ichung’wa remarked.
Raila Odinga is an Uhuru-sponsored mercinary.”
DP Gachagua claimed that President Ruto will not be intimidated by the anticipated large-scale protest while urging security agencies to protect civilian property before, during, and after the rallies.
“I want to reassure Kenyans that sufficient arrangements have been made to safeguard their lives and property. Kenyans should conduct their daily lives as usual. The DP remarked, “Ruto hapana mtoto wa cerelac, ni chuma wa zamani…huyo si mtu wa kuuziwa uwoga…uwoga uliuzia yule mtu wa cerelac.
“On Monday, the Kenyans that want to go about their business wapatiwe nafasi yao waendelee na kazi yao bila kusumbuliwa na mtu yeyote,” said Senate Majority Leader Aaron Cheruiyot. “There should come a moment when we say enough is enough.”
The Kenya Kwanza alliance attacked Odinga in Bungoma County under the leadership of Governor Kenneth Lusaka and Senator David Wakoli Wafula, who declared that the government would not tolerate any casualties or damage to property on Monday.
Governor Lusaka declared, “A administration that has been duly sworn in is not something to joke with…na hakuma mtu atakubalia kwenda hiyo State House.
At the memorial service for the late Eng. Francis Wangusi, former Director General of the Communications Authority (CA), the leaders spoke.
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