Raila urges CORD referendum rebels to quit
29 September 2014, 19:02
Nairobi - CORD leader Raila Odinga has told referendum rebels in the party to quit and take their beliefs elsewhere.
Raila was speaking at the Coast Monday, where he and other leaders took the Okoa Kenya Referendum campaign to.
He called on those against a legitimate campaign to improve the lives of Kenyans to seek refuge elsewhere.
" We have to be logical here. If they do not want to be in our party they are best served elsewhere, he said.
He insisted that he would not allow negativity over serious public matters to take precedence.
" It is of high importance that we build a future for our children and that will be done by respecting the constitution and using the right means to build the nation, he added.
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Led by Kilifi North MP and deposed chief whip Gideon Mung’aro, the rebels have been spreading an anti referendum message in the region.
Also in the group is Malindi MP Dan Kazungu, Kilifi
Woman Representative Aisha Jumwa, Ganze MP Peter Shehe and Kilifi South
The leaders have insisted that they will not be cowed into joining an imitative that is not to the best interests of Kenyans at the current moment in time.
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