Cord rally was a circus, says Sakaja
24 September 2015, 10:33
Nairobi - The National Alliance Party (TNA) chairman, Johnson Sakaja has said Wednesday’s opposition rally at Uhuru Park was a circus.
Speaking in Nairobi Wednesday evening, Sakaja said the rally to protest teachers’ pay never provided a solution to the current education crisis in Kenya.
“Seeing Cord MPs in school uniforms was a circus. This shows how they are still playing politics of the past and they have nothing good to offer,” Sakaja said.
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He said it was very shameful for a section of Cord leaders to use vulgar language in attacking Devolution Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru, and asked them to apologize to the women of this country.
“It was so embarrassing to see some Cord leaders abuse the women of this country. If they have any tangible evidence on corruption allegations against Waiguru, then they should follow the right channels instead of tarnishing her name.
On Cord's launch of a pay bill number for Kenyans to help raise money to pay teachers, Sakaja said that was a way of defrauding Kenyans.
“That was the launch of Okoa Baba campaign fund. The want to swindle Kenyans out of their hard earned cash.
“If the opposition really cares for teachers, they should provide practical solutions to end the stalemate and stop playing politics with this matter,” the nominated MP said.
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