Kuria to make more confessions during Kabartonjo prayer rally
02 October 2015, 08:20
Nairobi – The Jubilee coalition has asked individuals allegedly linked to the fixing the Deputy President, William Ruto at ICC as mentioned by the Gatundu South MP, Moses Kuria to write statements with the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP).
The Jubilee coalition legislators led by the National Assembly Majority Leader, Aden Duale assured their support and confidence in Kuria for telling the truth regarding Ruto’s ICC case and called on CORD leader Raila Odinga, Kisumu Senator Anyang Nyong’o and NARC Kenya Party Leader Martha Karua to write statements with the DPP.
“We ask Raila, Nyong’o and Karua and anyone mentioned by Kuria to abide by the rule of law and take a walk to the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions to write statements on the reported allegations,” said Duale.
“On weekend, we are going to have another prayer meeting for the Deputy President at Kabartonjo in Baringo County and Kuria is again going to mention more senior people linked to coaching of the ICC witnesses,” he added.
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Duale stated that the purpose of Kuria’s move to mention persons linked to fixing of Ruto at The Hague-based international court is to allow them tell the country about their involvement in the ICC case.
“This country needs a lasting healing and those mentioned should come out and join us in telling the world that the ICC cases were only political witch-hunt between PNU and ODM so that they can be terminated for us to concentrate on national integration and development,” SAID Duale.
He also warned CORD that Raila’s failure to write the statement with the DPP to stifle an end to Ruto’s ICC case will compel Jubilee to add the issue on its campaign agenda in 2017 general elections to easily win elections.
“We are telling CORD leaders mentioned by Kuria to help end Ruto’s case and if allowed to go beyond 2017, then they should know that it will be part of our campaign agenda for Jubilee to remain in power,” warned Duale.
Duale and more than 20 Jubilee legislators addressing the media at Parliament Buildings.
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