MP: Government making CORD popular by harassing them
16 March 2016, 08:03
Nairobi - A Jubilee MP has accused the government of making CORD coalition and its leaders popular by harassing them.
Molo MP, Jacob Macharia said that the Jubilee government has spent so much time fighting the opposition than serving Kenyans.
He argued that by harassing and intimidating opposition leaders, the government is simply marketing CORD.
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"What the government is doing is marketing CORD by harassing its leaders like Joho. The government should let the opposition do their things instead of spending so much time fighting them," said Macharia.
"The government might think it's finishing CORD but the truth is that it's making it stronger and stronger," he added.
Macharia called on the government to focus on implementing the promises it made during the campaigns saying 2017 is very near.
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