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Mutahi Ngunyi explains why Raila cannot be arrested
By Fay Ngina | Updated Feb 04, 2018 at 15:12 EAT
Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi
  • Mutahi Ngunyi said that Kenya will burn if Raila Odinga is arrested
  • However, he said that the government should not shy away from arresting Raila

Controversial political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi Saturday February 3 explained why National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga cannot be arrested despite the fact that he was sworn in as the People’s President.

Mutahi said that Kenya will burn if Mr Odinga is arrested.

“Raila had the freedom of choice to swear himself in. However, he does not have the freedom to choose the consequences of his actions. But will Kenya burn if Raila is arrested? The answer is a resounding yes. Kenya has burnt so many times because of Raila. It burnt when Raila removed the IEBC, it burnt in 2007, and yes it will burn again if Raila is arrested,” said Mutahi Ngunyi.

He however said that the government should not shy away from arresting Raila after swearing himself in.

“The government should not shy away from arresting Raila in my view. In fact they should take him to a mental hospital. Because declaring himself a toy president of an imaginary people is abnormal and maybe Raila should undergo a psychiatric test, maybe he is losing his mind, and maybe this is why his colleagues abandoned him,” Mutahi continued.

On December 7 2017, Attorney General Githu Muigai said that swearing-in Raila as the people’s president outside the constitution is treason whose penalty is death

"I reiterate any attempts to swear in any person as president other than the one elected in line with the constitution and in a manner provided for in the law is unlawful, illegal null and void ab initio," he told journalists at the State Law office in the capital Nairobi.

Here's Mutahi's full video;

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