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Respect KANU, church tells CORD leader Raila Odinga

By Munene Kamau | October 12th 2014 at 11:35:00 GMT +0300

The Kirinyaga Pastors Forum has told the CORD leader Raila Odinga to stop blaming former Kanu for his political misfortunes.

The forum instead asked Raila to go back to the drawing board and inquire where he got his mathematics wrong and stop behaving like a school boy whenever caught being bad mannered .

Through its chairman Bishop Daniel Njagi, the forum also reminded Raila that Kanu is also a political party like any other and should be respected.

The forum was reacting to Raila's claims that the Jubilee administration had borrowed a leaf from the former ruling party which used to accuse the opposition of serving the interests of foreign masters.

''As a church we are dismayed by the claims the former Premier is making by dragging old fashioned politics back into the limelight .He should realize that Kenyans moved from such a school of thought many years ago and he should look for another audience,'' Njagi said.

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Njagi claimed that the Opposition was bitter because even after fixing Uhuru after the 2007 general elections as a road block to obstruct him from running for the presidency in 2013 had backfired.

“For Raila to claim that the Jubilee has borrowed a familiar old script from Kanu is being disrespectful not only to the 5 million plus voters who gave Uhuruto the mandate to run the country for the next five years but also to demean Kanu which brought independence ,” he charged .

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