President William Ruto has received a huge blow as Azimio One Kenya Coalition threatens to split the country into two if the President doesn't apologize to the country on behalf of Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua.
ODM leader Raila Odinga says that Ruto should rebuke Gachagua publicly to know the stands of the government, whether it a democratic government or shareholding government.
If the President does not reprimand Gachagua in seven days and clarify the government position, Raila said, he will lead calls for secession so that Azimio supporters form their own government.
Raila was referring to remarks which Gachagua was quoted describing Kenya Kwanza government as a shareholding company which those with huge share enjoys more.
Speaking at Kalonzo Musyoka's Yatta residence, Raila informed that they have the right to call for self determination if Kenyans have no trust with the government.
Raila said he will lead calls for secession at the United Nations after the end of 7 days ultimatum if demands are not honored.
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