Uhuru to Ruto: We Don’t Need To Be Governed By The Police

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Former President Uhuru Kenyatta has told the Kenya Kwanza Administration using the police to take over the Jubilee Party will not succeed.

Mr. Kenyatta, who is the party leader made a public appearance at the former ruling party’s headquarters in Kileleshwa on 26th Wednesday 2023, after a battalion of close to 200 police officers cordoned the premises.

“We are not leaving here until you leave,” Kenyatta told the police officers.

Soon after, the police officers who had cordoned the area since morning left the premises.

Addressing journalists shortly after, Uhuru Kenyatta bashed the National Police Administration for being used to settle political scores instead of undertaking their mandate independently.

“We don’t need to be governed or be pushed by police. We will peacefully make our decisions because we are peaceful people who wish to live in a peaceful country.

I want to ask our police officers to kindly follow the law and we have seen you so many times following the path of violating the law. Please adhere to justice because you pledged to protect the country and the people,” said Kenyatta.

A visibly agitated Kenyatta questioned why the police meddled with the internal affairs of the party further disrupting the peace and serenity in the community neighboring the party headquarters.

“This property is not ours we have only rented it. We have neighbors surrounding this building yet you have thrown teargas at them so that you can take the house by force. That’s not right, that’s not the law,” he added.

Police were earlier forced to lob teargas outside the Jubilee Party headquarters to disperse supporters of Jeremiah Kioni and Kanini Kega who were fighting over a party takeover.

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