Kenya is faced with a very dangerous situation of Anarchy which is the state of Lawlessness where there is no order in the county, following a politician threats to the government announcing what he will do if the government will not now to his call.
Speaking about the condition of the country especially in the counties that under the cessation of movement, Nairobi political icon Alinur Mohamed said that he will plead with the president to reopen the country, but warned that if he fails then he will be forced to do it himself.
Keeping in mind that leaders from Bunge la mwananchi had earlier on given the president three days ultimatum to reopen the country, it means we are heading in the wrong direction if we have reached a point where the president's orders are not respected and a leader can threaten to change president's directives.
"Businesses are dying in the entertainment, tourism, education, and hospitality industry in Kenya. Things are getting harder by the end of the day. As I meet H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta today, I will plead with him to open up this country. If he doesn't open up by Tuesday I will do it myself," he stated.
Even though people are suffering and the president needs to consider people's cries to reopen the country, threatening to outdo the president's orders in a country that is governed by rule of law is far beyond what should be expected.
Doing it himself without being in control of the security agents is not possible unless throwing the nation into Anarchy where people fail to obey the law and do whatever they feel like.
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