Stop bickering and face the law Raila, tells corrupt leaders - 7 months ago, 21 July 00:28
NASA leader Raila Odinga has said no amount of bickering will stop him and President Uhuru Kenyatta from fighting corruption.
He told those jittery about the purge against graft in public offices to stop making noise and carry their own crosses.
Raila spoke Friday as opposition leaders attacked Senate Majority Leader Kipchumba Murkomen for reportedly undermining the March 9 handshake and linking Raila to the Mau Forest evictions.
The former premier announced they had agreed with the President to use the good relations cemented by the handshake to fight corruption, electoral injustices and tribalism. Without mentioning names, the opposition leader said some leaders were restless about the ongoing purge on corruption and his relationship with the President.
“Kenyans must ignore these leaders jumping up and down to undermine gains we have made. “Wawache kuruka ruka,” (They should stop panicking),” said the NASA leader.
He added: “They should stop hiding behind their tribes to protect them. Such thieves should be ...
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