Dennis Itumbi has come out to ask for the arrest of one of Raila's allies after his speech which did not please him. Richard Onyonka, Member of Parliament for Kitutu chache south in a video shared online is heard saying that DP Ruto was responsible for the killings of Kisiis back in time in his home area.
He went ahead to state that they will not allow Ruto to Kisii so that he can repeat the same.
"William Ruto, watu wetu waliuwawa Kericho, watu wetu waliuawa kule Eldoret, watu wetu waliuawa west pokot hatujasahau. Tutakusamehea lakini wakati huu ukiguza mkisii hata mmoja hutaweza kuja hapa kisii," Onyonka was heard saying.
Replying to the speech by Onyonka, Itumbi said in a tweet, "As @NCIC_Kenya commissioners, flood TV Stations, pretending to fight Hate Speech, here a NEW Challenge! @ODPP_Kenya do we expect instructions to arrest? #ArrestOnyonka - Stop the DOUBLE STANDARDS!" Itumbi said.
Watch the video of Onyonka speaking in the video below; (Time 0:0-0:27). Follow for more news updates daily.
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