POLITICS

Kondele violence must have pleased Uhuru, Moses Kuria claims while Mudavadi strongly condemns it

Deputy President William Ruto, who was on his second day of his visit to Nyanza, met with hateful Kondele residents who pelted his caravan with stones.

In the aftermath of the violence, various leaders appeared to be expressing differing views. Using his Facebook page on Wednesday, November 10, Kuria referred to the unrest in Kibra during the 2019 by-elections.
At the meeting, the MP claimed that Uhuru appeared to enjoy the violence in Kibra and continued to mock it.
Kuria regretted that he thought the handshake between Uhuru and ODM leader Raila Odinga was intended to achieve political tolerance and political politeness.
“After the violence in the Kibra by-elections, we had a Mt Kenya rally in Sagana.
The handshake was all about a culture of tolerance and political politeness or so we were told
“But I’m sure wherever Uhuru Kenyatta is, he must be laughing and having a good time watching a video from Kondele, “wrote Kuria.
Meanwhile ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi strongly condemned the violence during a meeting of deputy president William Ruto.
“It is sad to see the violence in Kisumu today. We must learn to tolerate each other in all aspects of life. Violence breeds more violence which we do not want, “Mudavadi said.
He added, “All leaders, the IEBC, security agencies, and Kenyans in general should condemn such acts.”