RAILA ODINGA will not be arrested over his remarks calling for bloodshed - KIRAITHE

.... suppressing the opposition,” Kiraithe said.

The Government spokesman said that the opposition was incurably disorganized and unlikely to present any meaningful political competition.


Kiraithe said it was wrong for the CORD leader to ask people to carry weapons and chase electoral commissioners out of office even as the Government was in the process of sending them home.

He said such utterances could spark violence similar to that of 2007/ 2008.

Meanwhile, National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) chairman, Francis Kaparo, has said that his team will investigate Mr Odinga regarding his utterances.

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  1. hahaha. did u even raise a finger to those who stormed moi university? Yet its in your mandate. LOL

  2. Rails has run out of ideas.he wants to be arrested to attract sympathy.his tricks are outdated as Kenyans are now wiser that 2007 when he incited them to violence.he wants to sacrifice the blood of innocent Kenyans to the devil in exchange with political power.only his jaluos can fight his dirty wars.

  3. RAO THRIVES ON BAD NEWS,,!

  4. That doesn't make sense. It's not what he wants but law should be applied equally to all citizens. Or is he above the law?

  5. HE IS NOT ABOVE THE LAW BUT IF OTHER PEOPLE ARE NOT STUPID AS HE IS THEY SHOULD JUST IGNORE HIM THE BEST FIGHT TO FIGHT A FULL IS TO LET HIM TALK TO HIMSELF HE WILL GET TIRED.

  6. Raila Odinga is not your equal. When he coughs, the whole republic catches the cold. When he spoke, OEBC tendered their resignation immediately.

  7. Raila Odinga is not your equal. When he coughs, the whole republic catches the cold. When he spoke, OEBC tendered their resignation immediately.

  8. mbinu za raila zijulikana. jubilee iko digital and cant was time on outdated politians mara hii bungoma tutamshow lesson

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