Uhuru, Raila told to castrate their political attack dogs
15 June 2016, 07:39
Nairobi - President Uhuru Kenyatta and CORD leader Raila Odinga have been asked to castrate their political attack dogs as political tensions continue to rise in the country.
Nakuru youth leader Kimani wa Kimani said that the political attack dogs from the Jubilee and CORD sides have gone overboard and should be sterelized lest they send the country the Burundi way.
Speaking Tuesday at a press conference in Nakuru, Kimani said that the likes of Moses Kuria, Ferdinand Waititu, Kimani Ngunjiri, Johnstone Muthama, Junet Mohammed and James Orengo should be put under political control because of their lethal tounges which he said have the potential to burn Kenya to ashes.
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President Kenyatta and former Prime Minister must step in and control their attack dogs by politically castrating them because if the trend continues then we might see worse things than what we saw in 2007/2008," said Kimani.
"They cannot just sit back and watch as their lieutenants prepare the country to burn and if the country goes the wrong way the people who will shoulder the blame will be the President and the former Prime Minister," he said.
Kimani said that the only solution to curbing hate speech in Kenya is by sending some leaders to jail as an example.
"If we can send some senior people to jail over hate speech, then the country will learn a lesson and this sickness will ceaze," he said.
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