Naivasha Member of Parliament, Jayne Kihara, on Saturday, March 18, dared former President Uhuru Kenyatta to declare his stance on planned Azimio protests.
Speaking at Kianyaga High School in Kirinyaga County, during Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua’s homecoming, Kihara pressured Uhuru to clarify his involvement in the mass action calls.
She, however, reminded the former President of the implications of advocating for mass action following his ordeal at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague, Netherlands.”We must tell Uhuru that if he is not in this part of these maandamanos, he should come out. We have heard him say that Raila is still his leader and his President,” Kihara stated.
“So what we are saying is that our former President, if you have a hand in these protests (maandamanos) come out! Come out and talk!” she insisted.