President William Ruto has jetted out of the country for a four days visit in Europe. The Head of State is set to hold high-end meetings with delegations from Germany and Belgium.
Ruto's visit to Europe comes at a time when his government has called for travel ban against Raila Odinga over his continued calls for demonstrations. Ruto had constantly accused Odinga of leading the country to anarchy.
On the other hand, the Azimio leadership has accused the government of causing chaos during their demonstrations. Azimio has called for the ICC to commence investigations on the Kenyan situation, and those who will be found to sponsor chaos to be arraigned in the international court.
On Sunday 26th, while speaking during a church service at Jesus Teaching Ministries in Embakasi East Nairobi, Raila said that Ruto has travelled to Europe to borrow more funds.
Odinga said that this is unfortunate since the president had promised not to borrow more debts once he clinches to power.
"Ruto is just talking, making promises after promises with no tangible actions. During campaigns he said he would not sink the country into debts. Now he has gone to Europe to borrow more money. This is why we are telling Kenyans to come out in large numbers and fight for their rights," noted the Azimio leader. (Watch video from 24 min).
The former prime minister also said that the demonstrations will go on as planned. He dared the IG of police, Japheth Koome, to come out and face him in the streets.
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