President William Ruto has called on opposition leader Raila Odinga to apologize to Kenyans over the loss of lives and destruction of properties following the anti-government protests in the country.
Speaking from Malindi, Kilifi County, the Head of State noted that is in insincere for opposition leaders including former President Uhuru Kenyatta to mourn those who perished when the are the organizers of the protests.
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“Those leaders should be ashamed of themselves and apologise to the people of Kenya for the mayhem that they meted on the people of Kenya, and we are going to make sure that we will eject violence from Kenyan politics,” said President William Ruto
The Head of State continued by condemning the acts of violence in the country saying that even the police should not be intimidated by politicians when exercising their duties.
“We cannot continue the culture of violence we cannot entertain the destruction of property and life on account of political competition…it is not going to be the same again,” he said