NARC Kenya party leader Hon. Martha Karua has joined politicians and Kenyans in sending strong warnings to president Uhuru over plans to extend his term beyond 2022. Karua who was attending a live interview with a local radio station, SPICE Radio, emphasized on the need to respect the constitution and declared that Uhuru will be stopped should he make an attempt to breach the law.
On who can stop Uhuru in his plans, Hon. Karua called on Kenyans to wake up and resist any attempt by this regime to stay in power more that the required terms, he said that it is always the responsibility of citizens to always stand firm and reject any constitutional coup attempt.
Hon. Karua further stated that she will not give up in opposing the building bridges Initiative which appears to be the trick the government is using to extend the Presidential term limit. Through the Linda Katiba movement, Karua has vowed to continue with this fight until they win. https://twitter.com/SpiceFMKE/status/1386547836293107718?s=09
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