Following charges that he orchestrated disruption at Jacaranda Grounds, Tujibebe Wakenya party chairman William Kabogo has cleared Raila Odinga, the leader of the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition.
During an interview with NTV on Monday, June 20, the gubernatorial candidate refuted Deputy President William Ruto's claim that Raila was behind the violence.
Kabogo argued that it was impossible to prove Raila was the mastermind because there was no evidence linking him to the events.
Photo courtesy: William Kabogo shares a moment with William Ruto.
Source: Twitter Ruto - Kabogo.
He added that politicians are sometimes fond of devising their own assaults in order to elicit sympathy from the electorate. He did say, however, that he did not accuse the DP of plotting his attack.
He added that politicians are sometimes fond of devising their own assaults in order to elicit compassion from voters. He did say, however, that he did not accuse the DP of plotting the attack.
Kabogo joined a slew of other officials in condemning the violence, saying it was regrettable that it occurred in Kenya.
He claims that the issue is politicians who transport kids with clubs to disrupt gatherings, which is common in industrialized democracies.
"In today's Kenya, this should not happen. Why don't you give your opponent the opportunity to sell their agenda in peace, as it happens all over the world? "Kabogo added.
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