Anyang Nyong’o makes disturbing revelations on latest NASA demos

Nyong'o reveals what Raila directed

Mr. Nyong’o divulged that the protest was organized by people who were not from the Opposition.

He mentioned that NASA did not call for any street demos yet goons went on a rampage and destroyed property in the City.

Nyong’o described the Monday riots as criminal acts propagated by youth who simply wanted to take advantage of the situation.

“Who are these people making decisions without the party –ODM – directing them yet we have party leadership led by myself in this county?

“Somebody decides they’re going to block roads, take money from women and rob our visitors. These are criminal acts!” he remarked.

The Governor firmly stated that demos in Kisumu have been banned unless called for by the NASA leadership.

He added that NASA leader Raila Odinga directed the Alliance to only stage demos in Nairobi County.

“Raila Odinga has made it very clear that demonstrations will only be held in Nairobi after meeting NASA governors and I was there.

“Demonstrations must be peaceful and not violence and therefore we’ve told the police to deal with anybody putting stones on the road. Anybody molesting a dweller residing in Kisumu will be treated as a criminal,” the Governor was quoted by Capital FM.

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