President Uhuru Kenyatta has cautioned the restriction cooperation Line against holding dissents to request the expulsion of top authorities of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
“The matter should be taken to Parliament…we shall abide by what they (MPs) decide,” he said on Wednesday while he was in Nyamira County in Kisii land. He was accompanied by his deputy Him. William Ruto.
The President said the restriction ought to take after the Constitution in their journey to evacuate IEBC chiefs.
He blamed restriction pioneers for exploiting pure Kenyans to accomplish their motives and agenda.
“Let’s not punish innocent people by taking them to the streets, where they are likely to be tear-gassed by police for no reason at all,” he said.
He said savage dissents would demoralize financial specialists.
Mr Ruto asked Kenyans to be joined as nobody would need to witness a rehash of the 2007/2008 elections mayhem.
“All we want is peace. Kenyans must now be given an opportunity to build their country… (We do not want) mass action or any form of violence, we do not want to go through that route again,” said William Ruto.