Dozens of goons on Monday, March 27, invaded an expansive land owned by former President Uhuru Kenyatta and looted property of unknown value.
The Kenyatta land was invaded by a gang wielding machetes and clubs at around 9 am.
They stole sheep, cut down trees, and burnt bushes as others did mock sub-division seemingly with the intent to grab the property.
This was after one of the legislators in the vote-rich Mt Kenya region sensationally claimed that Uhuru was the mastermind behind the ongoing mass action against President William Ruto and the Kenya Kwanza government.
The attack further comes just a month after the Jubilee Party leader affirmed that he is still a member of the Azimio despite his silence.
“Retirement doesn’t mean I’m tired. Others retire and increase their political strength,”
“Even though I have retired from politics, I’m still a follower of Raila. If he asks me we go we have to do it. I supported him and I will continue doing so because I believe he is truthful,” he said.
But in a statement on Tuesday, March 28, National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetang’ula advised Rtd. President Uhuru Kenyatta to keep off politics.
The Ford Kenya Party leader asked the immediate former Head of State to emulate his predecessors late President Mwai Kibaki and Daniel Moi who kept off politics after their retirement.
The former Bungoma Senator said that Uhuru should enjoy his retirement perks in peace and give the leaders of the day a humble time.
“I urge former President Uhuru Kenyatta to borrow a leaf from his predecessor the late Mzee Moi and Mzee Kibaki who retired in peace after completing their terms of service,
“My advice to him is to keep off politics since his active engagements in politics will soil his legacy,” Wretang’ula said.