Elgeyo Marakwet Senator, Kipchumba Murkomen and Majority leader in Parliament, Aden Duale have urged the opposition to break their silence and say something on the terrorist attack at 14 Riverside Drive. The two are questioning why the opposition is silent during these times when everyone should be speaking.
“The handshake as i said before is not a sincere move.Since the attack, the opposition chief is yet to utter a single word” Duale said in a statement.Aden Duale has in the past threatened to reveal names of those funding terrorist groups in the country.
Murkomen has echoed Duale’s sentiments urging the government to investigate the opposition’s silence.The Senator has dismissed critics who have linked the attack to the Jubilee government. “The government is doing the best to contain the situation. We plead with those in opposition to stop politicking during these hard times” Murkomen said.
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Yesterday, a loud blast and gunshots were reported in 14 Riverside drive in Westlands.
The gunshots could be heard from all quarters on Tuesday afternoon.
There is an on-going police operation along that road and motorists are encouraged to avoid the area.
One of the people in the area only named Ronald said they were under attack from unknown people.