Bomet County Governor Hillary Barchok has urged the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance boss Raila Odinga to call off mass action if he loves Kenya as he has been claiming in the recent past.
In a press briefing, Barchok said that with mass action and anti-government rallies taking place, the country will end up losing hundreds of investors who had chosen to invest in Kenya and help the country revive its economy at a time when Kenyans are facing hard economic times.
"Mass action will make us a country lose the trust and favour of investors. Nobody is willing to invest in a country which has insecurity and I want to tell Raila if indeed you are a patriotic Kenyan, loves the people of Kenya and your own children, let us unite as leaders and share our ideas on how we will be able to revive our economy."
"The mass action and anti-government rallies are only made to destroy the economy more because we will be chasing away investors and wasting time on unnecessary issues instead of focusing on important issues and allowing every person to engage in fruitful activities."
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