The opposition leader Raila Odinga allegedly received Ksh. 10 billion in payment, according to Thika Town MP Alice Ng’ang’a, to instigate disturbance against President William Ruto’s administration.
The MP claimed that financial backers, a well-known figure that she did not name, had supported Raila’s attempts to incite disorder in the nation through large-scale protests.
Ng’ang’a gave a speech on Sunday at the AIPCA Thika Cathedral during a service of appreciation for Moses Kuria, the trade cabinet secretary.
Aside from the governor of Kiambu, Kimani Wamatangi, other notable figures in attendance included lawmakers Martha Wangari (Gilgil), Jane Kihara (Naivasha), Patrick Munene (Chuka Igamba Ngombe), John Njuguna (Kiambaa), Geoffrey Wandeto (Tetu), Maina Karobia (EALA), Rahab Mukami (Nyeri), and Anne Muratha. (Kiambu).
According to the MP, the government is aware of the transaction, has proof of where it occurred, and even has pictures of the ODM leader and his backers.
“We are aware of those funding him [Raila] to damage the companies of our people in Nairobi. They are Kikuyus, just like we are, and they have held political office.We know where they gave him the money and how much they gave him.
Ng’ang’a added, “We even have their images, and if they keep doing this, we will reveal their names.
She argued that the financiers ought to emerge from their hiding places and disclose their motivations for the economic and political instability of the nation.
Jane Kihara, her Naivasha counterpart, said that former President Uhuru Kenyatta was behind the widespread protests organized by Azimio leaders and supporters.
“Uhuru ought to explain his position on these demonstrations. He ought to reveal to Kenyans who is attempting to prevent our President [Ruto] from keeping his commitments by causing distractions, Kihara remarked.
In the meantime, CS Kuria asked the outgoing president to emulate his forerunners Daniel Moi and Mwai Kibaki by stepping down amicably and without interfering with the running of the country.
Kuria asserted that Uhuru is concealing himself behind Raila in order to obstruct Ruto’s administration.
We are aware of Raila’s aging-related fatigue and his financial stability. Not because he lacks money, but he is frugal. Although we adore and appreciate the late president [Uhuru], we implore him to respect the independence of the Kenya Kwanza government, Kuria remarked.
The parliamentarians asserted that the widespread demonstrations will not prevent them from doing their jobs and serving Kenyans.
They claimed that the Kenya Kwanza government had a clear strategy for advancing the nation and bringing down living expenses.
Raila Odinga, leader of the opposition, declared last week that protests will take place every week on Monday and Thursday unless the government bowed to pressure and lowered living expenses.
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