– Raila continues to receive a beating following his comments in Kajiado county where he asked inhabitants not to sell land to 'outsiders'
– National Majority leader Aden Duale is the latest to attack Raila alleging that he is out to incite Kenyans
NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga continues to receive condemnation from the Jubilee brigade following his alleged inciting comments while in Kajiado.
Raila is said to have asked the original inhabitants of the county not to sell land to outsiders, utterances which Jubilee says are meant to incite communities in Kenya.
Despite his attempts to firefight, Raila's comments have come to haunt him with the Jubilee side capitalising on it during campaigns.
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The latest to attack Raila is National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale who claims that the NASA leader's utterances have nothing to do with resolving the so-called land question in the country.
"Raila Odinga is on trial again courtesy of Article 39 and 40 of the Constitution.All we ask him to do is to confine himself to this section and stop his desperate attempt to deny what he said in Kajiado," said Duale in a statement seen by TUKO.co.ke.
He alleged that Raila simply called on the Maasai community to exclude and evict 'outsiders' from Kajiado County.
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"It is also clear that the entire NASA cheering leadership subscribe to Odinga's dangerous political philosophy," added Duale on Monday June 19.
The Garissa Town MP added that NASA is at war with the ideas of a unified Republic, national unity, the right of Kenyans to own property, live and work in every part of Kenya.
He said that Odinga is at war with Kenya adding that "no amount of blood is worth Odinga’s thirst for power".
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