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Junet Goes After Kindiki, Says This About Him

On Tuesday, December 6, National Assembly Minority Whip Junet Mohamed downplayed remarks made by Interior Cabinet Secretary Kindiki Kithure cautioning lawmakers against upsetting the peace during the anticipated Azimio rallies.

In a statement obtained by Kenyans.co.ke, Junet said that the warnings were an example of pride and arrogance and insisted that the rallies would be an exercise of the constitutionally allowed political rights.

The Suna East MP claimed that the government was bound by law to provide security during the engagement rallies without imposing any restrictions.

The speaker said that anticipate that the protection he provides for their meetings will be adequate for those purposes and no more.

His comments came immediately after the CS warned the rally organizers not to disturb the city's quiet with their planned demonstrations on Wednesday, December 7.

According to Kindiki, the government would not engage in partisan policing or employ security forces to further political agendas, and that it will respect the independence of all constitutional institutions in the nation.

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