President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta has dismissed Wahome’s police state claims. The MP for Kandara Alice Wahome claimed that the Moi era police state was sneaking back.
Whom dared Kenyatta to protect the fruits of democracy, that liberation leaders fought for. She emphasized her firm stand on that.
In fact, the MP said that we were living in an era characterized by fear of the 1960s sneaking back. Wahome also uncovered that they had received calls and threats that shouldn’t have happened.
In response Mr. Kenyatta termed the claims as idle talk. He assured of protection and wholesome freedom. He stated that the government had hindered no one from using the freedom of speech; even if it meant clamoring on the roof tops
However, he added that leaders were misusing the freedom not propagating peace and unity. He urged leaders to use the freedom to better the lives of Kenyan citizens.
Miguna Free to Exercise his Freedom
The President was addressing mourners at the burial of Charles Rubia. Rubia who was one of democracy pioneers died on December 23,2019 at the age of 96.
In reference to Canada based lawyer Miguna Miguna Kenyatta said that he was free to return and exercise his freedom.
On the other hand, Tangatanga leaders have expressed their grievances against top government officials. They accused the top officials of humiliating and undermining them for supporting Dr. Ruto.
They claimed that they were trumped-up and their bodyguards were withdrawn.
Ms. Wahome once alleged that the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) was ready to prosecute her. According to her, the State revived a civil suit against her that was filed in 2012.
Ms. wahome who has been backing Ruto said that some governors had been victims of humiliation for supporting the Deputy President. she complained that governors from Mt Kenya and Nyanza region were not being arrested.
Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichung’wah mentioned forces that aimed at instilling fear. He termed them as ‘stop Ruto movement’ and cautioned that their agendas would fail since Kenyans were not stupid.
Mr. kimani was aggressive towards Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho. He accused Kibicho of disobedience to Ruto’s authority.
Mr. Kibicho had asked the office of the Deputy President to supply him with his itinerary. However, Kimani termed it as arrogance and impunity by civil servants.
Recently Interior Minister Fred Matiang’i responded to such claims against him and Kibicho. Matiang’i said that their accountability was due to the president alone.
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