Kenya kwanza MPs want Raila and Uhuru arrested; Details.
A section of Kenya kwanza MPs want Raila and Uhuru arrested for fueling yesterday’s protestd that led to destruction of properties.
According to a statement by the National Assembly majority leader, Kimani Ichung’wah, on Tuesday, March 21, the Kenya Kwanza Members of Parliament asked the police to probe the happenings and charge Raila and his sponsors.
Ichungwah stated,”We ask the IG of Police not just to arrest the small boys who are paid to riot. If the buck stops at the door of Odinga, go for Odinga, if the buck stops at his sponsor’s door, go for them.”
According to Kenya Kwanza, former President Uhuru Kenyatta is the one sponsoring chaos in order, in a bid to divert ongoing investigations into the looting of the country’s finances( ksh. 15B) that happened days before elections.
Ichungwah stated,”Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake brother Raila Odinga are planning the demonstrations because they want to derail ongoing investigations on the crimes committed under the previous regime.”
“What Raila is doing is only equivalent to what the bandits parts of North Rift are doing. Mr Odinga is involved in a scheme of urban banditry and he must be held to account,” Ichung’wah added.
He further highlighted that Raila Odinga should be held accountable for unlawfully declaring a monday a holiday and championing for protests.
He stated,”The buck stops with Raila and his sponsors, and they must be held to account for the destructions that took place during the protest.”
Notably, The lawmakers stated that if Raila plans on holding more protests, then they will write to the Registrar of Political Parties to withhold funds meant for the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM)
The withheld money will then be used to repair the vandalised UDA office in Kisumu.
They stated,”Our Secretary-General will demand that the money meant for ODM be given to our party as compensation for the destruction that took place in the Kisumu office.”
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