NASA criticises President’s Kakamega utterances


By KBC Reporter

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Opposition movement NASA is accusing Jubilee of incitement saying President Uhuru Kenyatta to be held responsible over hate speech utterances he made in Kakamega county.

This even as NASA flag bearer Raila Odinga blamed the Jubilee administration over the shortage of maize flour in the country.

A statement by President Uhuru Kenyatta while on the campaign trail in Kakamega County on Saturday has rubbed the opposition the wrong way.

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While in Ikolomani, President Kenyatta addressed the public and in his address urged the locals to make sure their ‘mouthy’ leader is voted out, jesting that the said leader had no substance other than insults aimed at the presidency and that if the insults persist the jubilee will ‘nyorosha’ him.

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Kakamega Senator Bonnie Khalwale termed President Kenyatta’s remarks as inciting and which were meant to intimidate the opposition.

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Khalwale who has recorded a statement over the same now wants government investigative agencies to swiftly swing into action.

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And in the heat of accusations and counter accusations that continue to shape the political campaigns in the country, the opposition is now blaming the Jubilee administration over the shortage of maize flour in the country.

NASA is also raising concern over an alleged an unfair allocation of maize from the strategic reserves to small and large scale millers.


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