President Uhuru Kenyatta has been called out by Garissa Township Member of Parliament Hon. Aden Duale who has publicly said that Uhuru will not be allowed lead the country in the wrong direction, claiming that the Head of state has joined arms with Orange Democratic Movement Leader Raila Odinga to create tribal political parties.
While addressing the press and Deputy President William Ruto`s allies in Nakuru, Duale said that they had a difficult moment starting Jubilee Party in 2013, admitting that they had to go in prayers so that both Uhuru and DP Ruto could be set from The Hague.
Duale said that Uhuru will not have peace or time to return Kenyans with the help of Raila into a powerless state that lack democracy, adding that, he has served with Uhuru and will therefore, not give him a space and time to divide Kenyans.
“I was with Uhuru and Deputy President William Ruto in 2013 and that journey was so difficult because both Uhuru and DP Ruto has a case at The Hague, and I want Uhuru to listen to me because we are not kids, we are leaders,”
“We created Jubilee Party with the core objective of uniting Kenyans and we managed to take the government… Uhuru who told us to unite and bring Kenyans together, has today joined arms with his brother (Raila Odinga) to create tribal political parties,”
“My advice to Uhuru is that he should not lead a path that will split Kenyans, and we will not accept that, we who have served the country with you will not allow you take us to that route…” said Duale.
He further slammed Raila, asking him to read the constitution, adding that the Building Bridge Initiative was a scam that was meant to make Kenya an anarchy state where Kenyans have no power.
“Mr. Odinga listen to me, read the constitution, you don’t need the BBI to increase the amount of money going to the constituency and we are ready for you, bring it to the Parliament, the only thing that the BBI was meant to do was to give the President powers to deny Kenyans their democratic rights,” said Duale
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