PANIC in State House over planned corruption demos this week – See what RUTO saidPolitics 02:05
Wednesday, November 2, 2016 - Deputy President William Ruto has castigated opposition leaders for frequently threatening to hold demonstrations over national issues.
Speaking on Tuesday, Ruto said the opposition has no agenda for issues affecting the ‘common mwananchi’ and has thus resorted to street demos.
“We have achieved so much that our opponents are scared. Kenyans will now have a clear choice to make between Jubilee and the opposition, whose agenda is to organise demonstrations,” Ruto said.
CORD leaders led by Machakos Senator, Johnstone Muthama, have said the opposition will organise countrywide demonstrations if President Uhuru Kenyatta and his family refuse to refund the Sh 5 billion they looted from the Health Ministry.
In April, the opposition held demonstrations that successfully led to the removal of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) commissioners from office.