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‘He has destroyed his legacy of over 40 years’ – Donald Kipkorir reacts to Raila’s support for Ruto, Gen Z dialogue

Tuesday, July 9th, 2024 20:53 | By
Lawyer Donald Kipkorir. PHOTO/@DonaldBKipkorir/X
Lawyer Donald Kipkorir. PHOTO/@DonaldBKipkorir/X

Lawyer Donald Kipkorir has stated that Azimio la Umoja - One Kenya coalition leader Raila Odinga on Tuesday, July 9, 2024, lost his political legacy of over 40 years.

Taking to his official X account on Tuesday, July 9, 2024, Donald Kipkorir who is a staunch Raila supporter said the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader had failed when he supported President William Ruto's calls for dialogue with Gen Zs, without mentioning the protesters that had been killed and abducted.

"Today, Raila Odinga whom I have supported since 2005 destroyed his legacy of over 40 years … Prof. Kithure Kindiki reaffirmed my faith of his future legacy," Donald Kipkorir stated.

Donald Kipkorir on Kindiki

Donald Kipkorir went ahead to heap praises on Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki for speaking about the abducted Kenyans.

"Raila spoke about dialogue without mentioning the Gen Z abducted & killed. Kindiki speaks about them. What happened to our Baba?" Donald Kipkorir questioned.

Kindiki on Tuesday, July 9, 2024, promised that the government will use independent constitutional and statutory agencies to investigate and prosecute any person or official who may be implicated in the recent abductions.

Kindiki's take on abductions

Kindiki in his statement maintained that anyone that will be implicated, whether a security personnel or public or private persons, will be dealt with accordingly.

“The Government reiterates its duty to respect and ensure the protection of all constitutionally guaranteed rights and will not condone any violation whether perpetuated by security personnel or by public or private persons.

“Independent Constitutional and statutory agencies will investigate and prosecute any person or official who may be implicated with violating the Constitution by perpetrating confinement of any person outside the law,” Kindiki stated.

Raila on dialogue

Raila on Tuesday, July 9, 2024, faced criticism after announcing that he has agreed to have a dialogue with President Ruto to discuss the current crisis facing the nation.

Raila and Ruto agreed to commence a six-day multi-sectorial forum which is set to begin on Monday, July 15, and end on Saturday, July 20, 2024, to foster national dialogue and seek lasting solutions to Kenya's pressing issues following the Gen Z-driven anti-taxation protests.

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