The National Super Alliance(NASA) Co principal, Kalonzo Musyoka, has asked president Uhuru Kenyatta to seal the push for unity by terminating cases involving eight leaders who were charged with hate speech utterances, in June 2016.
Kalonzo claims that terminating the hate speech cases against former Machakos Senator Jonshon Muthama, MP’s Junet Mohamed, Kimani Ngunjiri, Florence Mutua, Aisha Jumwa and Moses Kuria,alongside the Kiambu governor Ferdinand Waititu and former MP Timothy Bosire should be the starting point for bringing people together and a stepping stone to reconciliation push.
Acoording to the Wiper party leader, President Uhuru Kenyatta will be taken seriously in his unity push if he concentrates more in executing his word and actions instead of engaging in talks.
Kalonzo Musyoka said that unity will be seen through action during Wiper National Executive Council function in Naivasha on Saturday.This happened during their closure.
“President Kenyatta should move with action as he seeks to unite and reconcile the country and should start with terminating the cases against the eight politicians,” he said as quoted by a local daily.
Kalonzo Musyoka added that the next general elections cannot proceed unless kenyans are brought together following appropriate measures.
He said that the six politician’s accepted their deeds and learned their lesson and that there is no need for the government to continue holding on to their cases.
He also tasked President Kenyatta with spearheading electoral reforms and offerong justice to the 2017 victims of election disputes which involved different tribes.