Kenya: Duale changed his stand on the ongoing security operation

Majority Leader in the National Assembly Aden B. Duale
Majority Leader in the National Assembly Aden B. Duale

Leader of Majority in the National assembly, Aden Duale, has changed his stand on the ongoing security operation in the country, stating that he is now fully behind the government in flushing out criminal elements.

Speaking for the first time after his remarks in Eastleigh two weeks ago, that ignited a wave of condemnation, the Garissa Town MP called on Muslim leaders to back the government’s efforts to deal with elements who want to use Mosques to perpetuate criminal activities.

He however called on the police not profile a section of Kenya in the swoop.

Duale has recently castigated security agencies for what he termed as harassment of the Somali community.

The leader of majority, who had threatened to resign if the government continued with operation Usalama Watch, now says he supports the operation within the confines of the law.

Duale  further criticized those calling for his resignation over the remarks, saying their comments were uncalled for.

Source: KBC

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  1. I congratulatle for mr duale’s support for the government bcoz when our country is safe evry kenyan is also safe.

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