The youthful legislator said that the former Head of State and his successor were playing political games and that the recent downscaling of the former president’s security is the latest sign yet.
“If you want to see the genuineness of all this, Uhuru should resign and come to our demonstrations and say tibim and tialala. Without that we are not kids,” Babu Owino said.
However, Nandi governor Stephen Sang has warned President Uhuru Kenyatta against joining Raila’s weekly protest against the Kenya Kwanza government.
“Don’t involve yourself in street protests and matches…. We will give you the support you need as a retired President,” the governor said.
Sang instead asked the former Head of State to behave like a retired president and take up the responsibilities he was given by his successor William Ruto.
“We don’t want to see you in politics, behave like a retired president,” he said.
The County boss further asked the Jubilee Party leader to relax and enjoy his retirement parks peacefully adding that by involving himself in the opposition’s protest, Uhuru will be degrading the office of a retired president.
“If you are a retired president, go and relax in peace. Enjoy your retirement and take up those responsibilities given to you by the current president to deal with peace and insecurity across the region. You are degrading the office of a retired president to a level of an opposition leader,” Sang said.
The opposition leader Raila Odinga has intensified his weekly protest against the government pushing for the resignation of President William Ruto.
Raila still insists that his victory was stolen and that those who robbed them of their victory must vacate the House on the Hill and leave it to him.