Narc Kenya boss Martha Karua has given President William Ruto's government a notice on claims that there is a plan to arrest Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina over the fracas which were witnessed at the Bomas of Kenya on August 15th last year when IEBC was planning to announce the winner of the August 9th presidential elections.
Speaking on Saturday in Narok during the Azimio anti-government rally, Karua told President Ruto and his government that should they arrest Ole Kina, all the lawyers and Narok residents will storm Nairobi to defend the vocal senator.
"They saw Ole Kina at the Bomas of Kenya as he guarded our votes, and now they are saying to cover their wrong doings, they are planning to take him to court."
"I tell you should they arrest him and take him to court, the lawyers in Azimio led by Kalonzo Musyoka, Eugene Wamalwa, Edwin Sifuna, James Orengo, Ole Kenta, I and others, we will be there to defend him. We are giving this illegitimate government a notice and a warning, that they will not hide their sins and still undermine those who stood for the truth."
Listen to Karua from minute 3:03.
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