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Dont turn Kenya into a shithole, Governor Mutua tells NASA

“This talk of two presidents is bad for the nation. We are going to have another shithole country,” said Mutua/COURTESY

MACHAKOS, Kenya, Jan 26 – Maendeleo Chap Chap Party leader Dr Alfred Mutua has expressed concern over the planned swearing-in of NASA principals Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka, terming it a recipe for chaos.

Mutua who is the Machakos Governor said that the country cannot have two presidents.

“This talk of two presidents is bad for the nation. We are going to have another shithole country,” said Mutua.

The governor said Kenyans should start questioning themselves where they are going as a nation.

Mutua spoke outside his office accompanied by Deputy Governor Francis Maliti and Machakos County Maendeleo Chap Chap Chairman Timothy Kilonzo.

He added that politics should be done towards achieving development and not scaring away investors.

He revealed those pushing for the swearing-in have accumulated property unlike the millions of poor Kenyans.

“I urge our friends to please forget about this shenanigans and work towards developing our country,” said Mutua.

He said the swearing-in was the planting of seeds of civil war turning the nation into another Somalia and Sudan.

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“Our neighbours who love us are telling us; come on, can’t you learn from what we have gone through ,” said Mutua.

He said the country has already a president , deputy president and counties are in operation.

“This talk of swearing-in is not only bad for our people but makes us look bad to the international community. If other people out there hear that Kenya is having another swearing-in so that we have two presidents they will look at us and will say there goes another failed nation,” warned Mutua.

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