Everyone has a right to engage in democratic activities such as vying for different political seats or participate in voting exercise.
This morning, Kakamega senator Dr Boni Khalwale who got elected recently on UDA party has mentioned Kenya's opposition leader Raila Odinga, former US president Donald Trump and former president of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro as the people who have assaulted the democracy when it comes to peaceful transfer of powers and that the world must put a firm stamp of condemning them.
Dr Khalwale who is allied to president William Ruto who won the last year's general election defeating Raila Odinga has made the above sentiments through his official Twitter account.
The lawmaker has tweeted saying "The emergence of a trend of assault on democracy & on the peaceful transfer of power, as witnessed at the US Congress, at Bomas in Kenya & at Congress in Brazil is sad & regrettable. The world must put a firm stamp of condemnation in Donald Trump, Raila Odinga & Jair Bolsonaro."
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