DOES KINDIKI HAVE THE BALLS TO ARREST RAILA? WORRYING CONSEQUENCES
Interior CS Kindiki issues a statement and says that the government will arrest and prosecute all those who planned and executed crimes today.
Kindiki says Government has on commenced investigations with an aim of arresting and prosecuting persons involved in the planning and execution of violent anti-government protests across the country.
He rules that the protests witnessed widespread chaos, looting and destruction of private and public property, insisting that the government will not sit pretty and watch as these atrocities occur.
The CS blames the said crimes on Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition leader Raila Odinga, warning that “this culture of impunity will stop.”
Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki on Wednesday, July 12, warned Azimio la Umoja leader Raila Odinga that the government will spare no effort to bring to book the organisers of Wednesday’s protests.
CS Kindiki accused Raila and his allies of executing a de-ja-vu scenario through the lawlessness exercised during the Wednesday protests which have even witnessed the destruction of the country’s major infrastructure such as the Nairobi Expressway.
But the question every kenyan is asking is that : will Kindiki have the gutts to arrest Raila and dare put him under house arrest if worse comes to worse?
Far from the Government’s dissapointment at how the Opposition is carrying out its demos, the people also seem to be compelled to go to the street to demonstrate over high cost of living. Political analysts have therefore hinted that Raila could be the problem but not just him, the people’s outcry could be much more louder than Raila’s atrocities.