Kericho Senator Aaron Cheruiyot has partially agreed with the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance leader Raila Odinga on the dark days of the regime of the former president Daniel Moi.
Through a statement on Friday, he noted that e agree with Raila Odinga that the nyayo dark days were full of torture and they were really bad.
However, he has noted that the days of the handshake were worse because more atrocities were committed to Kenyans who disagreed with the government of both Raila Odinga and his handshake partner former President Uhuru Kenyatta.
"I agree with Tinga that Nyayo days were really bad, the torture Chambers were evil. Terrible! However, the handshake days are the worst of our nation's history. Bodies in River yala & abadares forest was the order of the day. Satanic! May we never go back there."Aaron Cheruiyot.
The Opposition leader Raila Odinga hn Thursday accused President William Ruto of a plot to return Kenya to dark old days, but vowed to push back what he described as a path of impunity and revenge by the government.
He said Kenyans have witnessed a swift, steady and dangerous re-emergence of the capture of state institutions by the Executive with the Judiciary being the first to willingly give in. He also cited the struggle being witnessed in the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).
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