Duale push and shove continues
17 April 2015, 13:38
Nairobi - The push and shove over whether Garissa township MP and leader of Majority Aden Duale should quit continued after MPs from the north eastern region defended.
The leaders, who addressed the media Friday at Parliament
buildings, said that they will continue working with Duale and security agencies in order to defeat terrorism.
The close to 40 MPs accused The National Alliance (TNA) chairman Johnson Sakaja of seeking the removal of Duale as the Leader of
Majority in the National Assembly.
They said that they would back Duale in his plight to fight terrorism and support him in naming persons who are involved in radicalization in the country.
Duale, immediately after the Garissa University attack that saw 148 persons killed, stated that he would name and shame persons he knows are helping serve the interests of terrorists.
Kenyans immediately accused Duale of aiding terrorists as he was quiet before the Garissa attacks but quickly afterwards declared he knew the financiers of terrorism.
Duale has hit back at his critics, stating that he will not resign and will fight to the end to kill terrorism and its roots.
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