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UhuRuto forcing kenyans into political slavery,says MP

07 September 2016, 18:56

Nairobi - President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto have been accused of forcing Kenyans into political slavery by forcing them to join the jubilee party.

Emurua Dikir Member of parliament, Johanna Ng’eno said that Kenyans are being led back to dictatorship by being fooled to join the jubilee party.

He said that Uhuru and Ruto are committed at killing multiparty democracy and forcing Kenyans to worship them.

He called on Kenyans to be alert and stop being used like political tools.

He warned that the jubilee party will not withstand the troubles it will encounter soon after its launch.

“Uhuru and Ruto are leading Kenyans into political slavery and soon we will be forced to start worshiping them politically. They can just force people to join the party without telling us why and Kenyans will one day regret being fooled into joining jubilee,” said Ng’eno.

“The direction these two people are taking is wrong for the nation because they want to kill the democratic space and brave men and women of this great land must stand up and say no to political dictatorship,” he said.

He also warned the political parties which dissolved to join jubilee that they will regret the wrong decision they took.

“New parties will be formed soon after those who joined jubilee realize that they were shortchanged and some of them will regret the decision they took of dissolving to join jubilee,” he said.

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