The ongoing by-elections in Bonchari, Rurii, and Juja have brought a lot of mixed reactions to Kenyans on how the state has been using the police to intimidate a section of members of ODM and UDA Party. Senator Aaron Cheruiyot has hinted that if the police continue to intimidate the two parties will have to look for a solution in parliament since the ODM party and UDA party has the largest following in both houses. This might be a good uniting factor for the two parties where they may seek to remove CS Fred Matiang'i from the office and also take legal action against the Inspector General of the National Police Service.
Photo courtesy of William Ruto
ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna also lamented the illegal arrests by the police which he said is aimed at rigging pools in Bonchari. Sifuna urged that all the contestants should be entitled to fair treatment and hinted that they'll not accept to partner with Jubilee who is using state resources to intimidate the ODM party. Some of the Netizens reacted to the post made by Senator Cheruiyot.
@justriua: Exactly impeach that "cool kid" and do away with him. Kenyans will forever be grateful.
@rono4: It has already been established by courts that he has failed the integrity test. What remains now is for William and 'Baba' to trim their egos and brave up then unite and impeach him.
@DavyTnt: It is never too late to do the right thing. Flex your muscles! The impunity with Jubilee is just too much.
Do you think the two parties will make it to impeach CS Fred Matiang'i? Kindly leave a comment.
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