Former Nairobi county governor Mike Sonko has called on the International criminal court, the national security council and other security agencies to watch closely what is happening in the country.
Tagging along a video from Raila's Kilifi rally, Sonko has called on them to watch and use the information for the future if something terrible will ever happen in the country.
"Just watch this video clip to the end. I hope the International Criminal Court (ICC), the National Security Council and all our security agencies are closely monitoring what is currently happening in the country. Enjoy the rest of your day," he said.
This is after a youth member of the movement for democracy asked the former prime minister Raila Odinga to buy them guns as they already have uniforms to use.
He also claimed that if Ruto does not want to open the servers then he should let baba to state house for his rule.
"I want to tell Ruto to open the servers and if he doesn't want then let him let baba to state house so that he can lead. For you Raila, please buy us guns, we already have uniforms to use," he said.
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