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Stop seeking Sympathy from Kenyans over ICC matters, Ruto told

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Speaking at Kisii School during the fund raising organized by Old boys association, Onyonka said the Deputy President is seeking sympathy and at the same time threatening Kenyans.

Kitutu chache south MP Richard Onyoka .

MP  Onyonka asked  Deputy  president  Ruto to stop seeking sympathy from Kenyans by bringing the ICC case on board 

Kitutu Chache South Member of Parliament Richard Onyonka has asked the Deputy President  William Ruto to stop seeking sympathy from Kenyans by bringing the ICC case on board. 

Speaking at Kisii School during the fund raising organized by  Old boys association, Onyonka said the Deputy President is seeking sympathy and at the same time threatening Kenyans.

The MP said they are ready to send him back to the ICC if he does not cut his political threats short. 

A section of kisii school old boys led by nyaribari chache mp Richard Tongi and kitutu chache south member of parliament momoima onyoka during the fund drive in aid of the construction of Kisii school old boys tuition complex. Photo brighton Makori

“Today morning I saw in the newspapers the Deputy President said that some people are planning to send him back to ICC,” said Onyonka. 

 He added that if the deputy president to continue threatening them that if  they don’t vote for him he will fight them at his home, then they will make sure he goes back to ICC.

“ Be good to us let us respect ourselves. We want a country where people love each other where we disagree on principals and Policy. We will not disagree on where we were born and which community  we come from and who you vote for. We will not disagree on that,” Added Onyonka.

Onyonka said Abagusii community has clocked over 3M voters, a number he argues must set the Community to the top negotiating table.

He added that the kisii community  must have their own at the top where Presidential decisions are made just like other communities and they