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Mutahi Ngunyi urges the government to help Raila

Mutahi Ngunyi reveals 3 Actions to be taken after Raila’s swearing in

Through his weekly program “The 5th Estate” Ngunyi urged the government to urgently take Raila Odinga to a mental hospital to be examined by a psychiatrist.

Ngunyi noted that Odinga’s action of swearing himself in is abnormal, adding that fellow NASA principals Musalia Mudavadi, Moses Wetangula and Kalonzo Musyoka probably abandoned him for the same reason.

He observed that “Raila should undergo a psychiatrist test. Maybe he is losing his mind and maybe this is why his colleagues abandoned him.”

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He also urged the government to move in with speed and arrest Raila to face the law as a result of his actions.

“Raila must face the law for a fact…Raila had the freedom to choose to swear himself in. However he does not have the freedom to choose the consequences of his actions,” Ngunyi said.

State security agencies have been conducting raids at the homes of opposition politicians linked to the controversial swearing in.

Among those who have been taken in for questioning by the police are T.J Kajwang, Miguna Miguna and George Aladwa.

Ngunyi noted that Kenya would burn as it did in 2007 should Odinga be arrested.

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However, according to Ngunyi, the nation would bounce back to prosperity and peace just as it did in the aftermath of the negotiations headed by Koffi Annan.

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