I commend all leaders who have instructed their supporters to avoid harm and keep calm. On the other hand, we appeal to all leaders to instruct their people to not use excessive force upon demonstrators, even those who are counted as transgressors. In a democracy, people protest and even dispute elections, and in a democracy there are legal avenues of dealing with criminals and mantaining order. Restain protestors, but The deaths of protestors is unacceptable..."What is happening in Kibera is a military operation. Do you kill criminals? That is not the law. We have talked to our sources in the police and they say those doing the shooting are not our people," he said.
"THEY ARE CRIMINALS"
Matiang'i denied accusations of brutality, saying police were merely maintaining order.
"Let us be honest - there are no demonstrations happening," he told reporters.
"Individuals or gangs that are looting shops, that want to endanger lives, that are breaking into people's businesses – those are not demonstrators. They are criminals, and we expect police to deal with criminals how criminals should be dealt with."
Raila. Enda uonanane na brother yako Uhuru, so you both don't end up in a lose lose as earlier 'predicted'. Msianguke kwa mitego tafadhali. Na watu wasahameane hehe. Mumesahau ukoloni, you can both be good strong leaders from your respective positions
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