Raila to Raito: Don't take Kenya to war


Raila denounced the "drums of war" and led senior political leaders, including ANC's boss Musalia Mudavadi and Viper leader Kalonzo Musyoka.

Raila to Raito: Don't take Kenya to war


Uhuru’s cousin Beth Mugo linked Ruto with simple and angina attacks.

DP William Ruto's ally, President Uhuru’s Kenyatta, and his family, along with opposition leader Raila Odinga, have gone private with warnings of a conspiracy by some politicians to take Kenya to war.

On Tuesday, Raila led senior political leaders, including ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi and Wiper’s Kalonzo Musyoka, who condemned the "drums of war" and said reckless politicians had been, beaten. ۔

"We went to war in 1992, 1997 and 2007 and no one should try to take this country back to war because of politics," Raila told a news conference in her Capitol Hill office.

He added: "We are convinced that this country deserves more peace and unity than ever before. The shouts of war and the beating of the drums of war will not work."

Although Raila did not mention it directly, her key ally who followed was blunt.

"Vice President Ruto should stop threatening people with violence. He should not be thought’ to have a monopoly on violence.

Emurua Dikir MP Johanna Ng’eno and Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi have launched a series of deadly attacks on Kenyatta family, including former first lady Mama Ngina Kenyatta, who is wreaking havoc on a political storm.

In a statement from Jubilee's All-War out War, Uhuru’s cousin Beht Mugo linked Ruto to the attacks, saying that as the couple's political captain; he had failed to condemn his lieutenant.

He said the fact was that his political captain, the vice president, did not come forward to condemn his troops. Does this mean that the DP supports the public statements of these two leaders?

Russia on Monday night condemned the attacks on Sudi and Anjou's first family.

Yesterday, Mugo described Mama Ngina as an elderly woman who is the real mother of the nation.

"He has kept himself out of politics all his life. For that reason, associating his name with a corrupt, dirty and irresponsible successor is a high-level provocation," he said.

Ruto’s men have taken off their gloves in recent weeks, training the president with their guns and telling him that Ruto’s troubles are the same person.

"I want to make it clear to Uhuru that this country does not belong to you or Mama Ngina. This Kenya does not belong to Muhoho Kenyatta. This country belongs to more than 50 million Kenyans," Sudi said on Monday. Fired What

On Sunday, during a live interview with Weru TV, Ruto made some remarks that angered the ruling party.

When asked what he would do to remove Secretary-General Rafael Tuju and Vice-Chairman David Marathi from the Jubilee Squad, Ruto replied: "If things get difficult, we pray to God. Will remove. "

"God will expel them from the party because they are the biggest threat to our nation. The unity of these characters is Tuju and Marathi] and not politics based on politics and ideology. Politics that is reactionary."

Ng'eno was arrested Monday and charged Tuesday’ with aggravated burglary.

Sources told the Star that Kanu had gone to oust him from the Independent Party, which would now be a political dream for the two-term MLA as he was in danger of losing his seat.

The president called Ruto's statement "dishonest" and warned his allies against attacking Janet.

Speaking on Twitter late Monday, shortly after Ngeno 's arrest, Ruto said the use of "undesirable words" against mothers and heads of state was "no, no."

He said leaders should be adamant and refrain from using insulting and abusive language against other Kenyan countries. Blasphemy against mothers and heads of state is a NO, NO. "Any kind of outrage does not justify the use of abusive language," Ruto said.

On Tuesday, members of the National Assembly's security committee called on Ruto to seize control of his allies and personally apologize to the president for the attacks.

The committee, chaired by Kiambaa MP Paul Koinange, said that although Ruto had condemned the attacks on Sudi and Ng'eno, it was not enough because they were "mere mouthpieces".

"DP Ruto should personally apologize to the president, his family and the entire nation, not Twitter," Queens told a news conference at Parliament House.

Politicians have claimed that Ruto's allies, who threaten the country's stability with the president and his family, are taking personal advantage.

The verbal attack by DP allies came just days after Uhuru warning that once he took off his gloves to defend his captain, it would be "disgusting and disgusting".

Kalonzo has condemned verbal attacks that warn politicians that "raw emotions destroy the very national fabric of our nation."

"He has kept himself out of politics all his life. For that reason, associating his name with a corrupt, dirty and irresponsible successor is a high-level provocation," he said.

Ruto’s men have taken off their gloves in recent weeks, training the president with their guns and telling him that Ruto’s troubles are the same person.

"I want to make it clear to Uhuru that this country does not belong to you or Mama Ngina. This Kenya does not belong to Mudavadi Kenyatta. This country belongs to more than 50 million Kenyans," Sudi said on Monday. Fired What

On Sunday, during a live interview with Vero TV, Ruto made some remarks that angered the ruling party.

When asked what he would do to remove Secretary-General Rafael Tuju and Vice-Chairman David Marathi from the Jubilee Squad, Ruto replied: "If things get difficult, we pray to God. Will remove. "

"God will expel them from the party because they are the biggest threat to our nation. The unity of these characters is Tuju and Marathi] and not politics based on politics and ideology. Politics that is reactionary."

Ng'eno was arrested Monday and charged Tuesday with’ aggravated burglary.

Sources told the Star that Ruto had gone to oust him from the Independent Party, which would now be a political dream for the two-term MLA as he was in danger of losing his seat.

The president called Ruto’s statement "dishonest" and warned his allies against attacking Janet.

Speaking on Twitter late Monday, shortly after Ng'eno arrest, Ruto said the use of "undesirable words" against mothers and heads of state was "no, no."

He said leaders should be adamant and refrain from using insulting and abusive language against other Kenyan countries. Blasphemy against mothers and heads of state is a NO, NO. "Any kind of outrage does not justify the use of abusive language," Ruto said.

On Tuesday, members of the National Assembly's security committee called on Ruto to seize control of his allies and personally apologize to the president for the attacks.

The committee, chaired by Kiambaa MP Paul Koinange, said that although Ruto had condemned the attacks on Sudi and Ng'eno, it was not enough because they were "mere mouthpieces".

"DP Ruto should personally apologize to the president, his family and the entire nation, not Twitter," Queens told a news conference at Parliament House.

Politicians have claimed that Ratu's allies, who threaten the country's stability with the president and his family, are taking personal advantage.

The verbal attack by DP allies came just days after Uhuru warning that once he took off his gloves to defend his captain, it would be "disgusting and disgusting".

Kalonzo has condemned verbal attacks that warn politicians that "raw emotions destroy the very national fabric of our nation."

He said the country was suffering from a severe "political crucifixion" but warned politicians not to think it was against political opponents who were seen’ as "excuses to transgress the bounds of decency". Or trying to score points against imaginary ideas.

"Therefore, I emphasize restraint and temperament in our political negotiations. Our politics must not fall into the trap of cacophonous barbarism. Let's learn to argue together as Kenya," Kalonzo said.

Mudavadi has called on Kenya to reject the allegations of ethnic violence ultimatums, insults and possible drumming.

"The politics of hatred and contempt is the last thing Kenya wants. We all know the consequences of the irresponsible remarks of the leaders. It is very unfortunate that we focus on pressing issues like unemployment and poverty," Mudavadi said. Are. “Not being given.”

Kenyan President Nelson Howe Law Society has warned that "eight years after Kenya's betrayal, President Kenyatta and his deputies are now eating themselves."

He has been abusing state power for eight years. They are now abusing themselves in the practice of self-destruction by men and women. This is not for the country.

The attacks of Ngeno and Sudi are shown’ as the last straw that could lead to a dirty divorce in Jubilee.

The two verbally attacked the president, saying he had called the DP a scheme to humiliate and isolate him in the running of government affairs.

He claimed that Kenyatta was managing the country's private property without caring about the 47 million Kenyans he said had the biggest stain.

In an unusual move that sparked a public outcry, Sudi launched an insulting attack on Uhuru and dragged Mama Ngina, the state's mother, by the head, saying the president could not rule Kenya with an iron fist.

Sudi warned that DP Ruto’s ally, Eldoret North, was not happy with the way he had made the former MP "tireless" in government.

"You have insulted William Ruto a lot. You have tortured a man who worked day and night to stabilize the country when he campaigned for you (Uhuru). "(Ruto) is scattered in his government and has now reached the point where you want to conquer us all," he said.

Ng'eno warned Uhuru against neglecting Ruto in governing the country.

"You should work with the DP, if not; dissolve the government that we go to for elections. Kenya is not the land of Uhuru Kenyatta. Rule this country under the constitution and if you do not resign then go ahead.

"Moi retired at the end of his term. Kibaki went home after completing his term. Don't try to take us into the circles. This is our country, start preparing to go home next year," he said.

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