On the 10th day of July 1990, exactly 3 days after the eminent rally christened Saba Saba, which later turned sour, Kenya's former Vice President during Kibaki's tenure, Honorable Kalonzo Musyoka pleaded with the then speaker of the National Assembly to allow members of parliament discuss the conduct of three individuals who had since been detained.
Six days earlier, Kenya's former prime minister, Raila Amollo Odinga, Kenneth Matiba and former Starehe MP Charles Rubia has been put behind bars for intentionally opposing the late Daniel Moi's government.
"Before, we have seen people being detained for committing individual mistakes. No one among the Kikuyu community is complaining that their fellow Kikuyu has been arrested," stated the then health minister, Mwai Kibaki.
He added, "These three individuals have been detained for things if para adventure are found guilty, they should take individual responsibility. In fact, they should be hanged for disturbing the government."
It is worth noting that the duo, Kibaki and Matiba had earlier agreed to quit government only for Kibaki to change tune.
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