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Raila dares Uhuru to arrest, charge him

27 July 2014, 08:12

Nairobi - CORD leader, Raila Odinga has once again denied claims that he is behind recent attacks in the country.

The President has been quoted as saying political networks are to blame for the recent wave of attacks in the country. Majority Lead, Aden Duale has also accused CORD of working closely with Al Shabaab to maim the country.

Various security agents including the Mombasa County Commissioner have also been caught on camera blaming CORD for Lamu attacks.

Speaking to The Standard, Raila rubbished the claims and dared his accusers to come forward and arrest him if they have enough proof convicting him.

The Muslim community has blamed the Lamu attacks on land disputes and other historical injustices and urged the government to act on the matter incisively.

- For more details visit The Standard

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