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Sunday, 10 May 2015

Kisii Jubilee tell Raila to stop Uhuru attacks

Jubilee political leaders from Kisii county have told Cord leader Raila Odinga that the community has no room for his witchhunt and divisive politics geared at dividing Kenyans and tearing the country apart.
They also told Raila to exercise his political maturity by respecting Jubilee leaders and the government and advised him that if he has any issue with them and the government, he should use proper mechanism to address them instead of always hurling insults at them.
Led by one-time Cord supporter Geoffrey Asanyo, they asked members of the Kisii community to reject being used by Raila in fighting the Jubilee government which has already accommodated some of their people in its leadership.
Speaking at a fundsdrive in aid of Montonto Mixed Secondary School in Kitutu Chache North constituency, Asanyo who was in the company of Justus Ooga, Daniel Rasugu and the Kenya National Library service chairman Samwel Nyangeso also dismissed Raila’s call on early elections.