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Kenyans' responses to Raila after he claimed police shot his daughter's driver


Raila Odinga has condemned police brutality meted on his supporters in the city ahead of the planned memorial service at the Jacaranda grounds

At least five people were shot by police on Tuesday, among them his daughter Winnie Odinga's driver â€" said Raila

National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga, while condemning police brutality dispensed on his supporters ahead of the planned memorial service at Jacaranda Grounds, claimed that police shot Winnie Odinga’s driver along with five other people.

“Nasa flagbearer Raila Odinga this afternoon condemned the shooting by police of at least five people as the NASA motorcade was trying to barrow its way to the memorial service at Jacaranda Gardens for earlier killings. Among those shot was his daughter Winnie Odinga's driver. Jacaranda Gardens had earlier been sealed off by police to prevent the memorial service from taking place,” read a statement from Raila’s advisor Salim Lone.

Raila said that the Jubilee regime had no problem with killing Kenyans, taking yet another swipe at President Uhuru Kenyatta.

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“We in NASA are proceeding with our People's Assembly programme which will see new elections held. Our boycott of the sham 26th October election, the programme’s first goal, was a staggering success. Such a boycott had never happened before. Kenyans will never again participate in an election that is not guaranteed to be free and fair,” said the former Prime Minister. ​

Kenyans took to social media to reply to Raila:

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