Kihika dared those who want to cause chaos ahead of the 2022 General Elections to put their family members in the front line instead of using innocent Kenyans.
A bold Kihika dared politicians to use their wives and children if they want to cause violence as the country prepares for the elections.
Kihika, an ally of Deputy President William Ruto said their camp wants a peaceful election as she urged other politicians to avoid tribal politics.
Kihika urged the politicians to stop the politics of ethnicity, division and hate and have a healthy competition as each aspirant sells their vision.
“Let people compete on a platform of their vision. My friend, let’s stop threatening and intimidating people. We stand for peace so stop selling fear. You talk as if there is eminent war coming. If someone wants us to fight, wapeleke watoto na mabibi zao kwanza, (They first take their children and wives to fight),” said Kihika amid claps from the crowd.
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