Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei has denied claims that the Northlands City and East Africa Spectre Limited attacks, which are directly linked to the Kenyatta and Odinga family, were carried out by Kenya Kwanza Coalition.
Speaking on Monday, March 27, Cherargei accused Azimio la Umoja Coalition of orchestrating the attacks to gain public sympathy.
The senator, who is known for his outspoken views, criticized the opposition faction for allegedly plotting to disrupt the country’s peace and stability.
He further claimed that the attacks were a desperate attempt by the Azimio leaders to revive their “barren protests” and create chaos in the nation.
Cherargei’s remarks were prompted by earlier comments made by former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, who accused three MPs, including Ndindi Nyoro of Kiharu, of planning to quell protests by Azimio la Umoja. Nyoro has since denied the allegations and called for calm.
In a statement to the press, Nyoro reaffirmed Kenya Kwanza’s commitment to fulfilling its obligations to the people and maintaining law and order. He also dismissed claims that the administration was targeting opposition figures for their political views.
We will not engage in verbal altercations with members of the opposition faction. We are focused on serving the people of Kenya and ensuring that the country remains stable and peaceful.Ndindi Nyoro
The Northlands City and East Africa Spectre Limited attacks which occurred yesterday on March 23, have sparked controversy and speculation about the motive behind the incidents.
The Kenyatta and Odinga families which have been respectively linked to the affected companies, have not commented on the matter. And the silence from the former head of state seems to be getting louder and louder as time goes by.
The police have reportely launched an investigation into the attacks, which left several people injured and caused extensive damage to the properties. No arrests have been made so far.
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