Boni Khalwale’s special request to Raila and Uhuru

He offers a solution to the current political state

The opposition allied Khalwale in a tweet called on the two leaders to lead Kenyans to the table of dialogue and brotherhood and stop the side shows.

“Legally, @UKenyatta is President of Kenya but lacks legitimacy! @RailaOdinga is Kenya Peoples' President but without legal authority to transact any government business! Uhuru, stop the crackdown. Raila, halt the bravado. Lead us to the National table of Dialogue & Brotherhood,” Read his tweet.

The former senator who unsuccessfully contested in the Kakamega gubernatorial race asked President Uhuru to stop the crackdown on opposition politicians and Raila to stop his intimidations and dialogue.

His request comes days after opposition leader Raila Odinga swore himself in as the People’s President at Nairobi’s Uhuru Park.

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