The chaos experienced at the Jacaranda Grounds on Sunday morning have elicited mixed reactions among Kenyans in the country. Politicians have turned the situation to a tool of attacking each other and Raila's Azimio la Umoja has been at the receiving end. His opponents have claimed he was behind the riots as it is his nature.
Nelson Havi is one of the people that has openly attacked Raila and Uhuru for the violence. In a tweet on Wednesday morning, Havi said that the two leaders have led Kenyans to dispute among themselves and even boycotts. The lawyer said that many people have lost their lives and property in the process. He however said that that will come to an end on August 9 after DP Ruto wins the presidential election.
"Admittedly Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga played Kenyans with the disputed election, the swearing-in, the boycotts and demonstrations. Many lost their lives, others properties and some livelihoods. The pawn playing of Kenyans must be put to a stop once and for all on 9-8-2022," Havi said.
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