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"Mombasa Mt Kenya businessmen approached MRC to disrupt Mama Ngina NASA rally and are responsible for the hate leaflets." says MRC spokesman Richard Lewa. -David Waithaka

Mama Ngina rally in Mombasa. PHOTO | FILE

Mombasa republican council has distanced themselves from the leaflets that were distributed at Mama Ngina. MRC claimed that Jubilee leaders led by David Waithaka who is the point person and chairman of the Mombasa Mt Kenya business people were seen posting and distributing the leaflets through their agants.

The MRC also added that they were approached by the Mombasa Mt Kenya business people to disrupt the rally which they refused. They were promised alot of cash if the mission was accomplished. 

The unsigned leaflets warned of dire consequences should the meeting take place.

"Sisi viongozi wa Mombasa Republican Council hatutaki mkutano utakaofanyika Jumapili tarehe 15/10/2017 uwanja wa Mama Ngina na maandamano ya Jumatatu tarehe 16/10/2017," read the leaflets in part.

This translates to: "We the leadership of Mombasa Republican Council don’' want the meeting on Sunday 15/10/2017 at Mama Ngina and demonstrations on Monday 16/10/2017."

MRC deputy spokesperson Richard Lewa told bana kenya that they had nothing to do with the leaflets.

"We are apolitical. We are not affiliated with any political side," said Lewa.

The deputy spokesperson pointed the finger at the government saying they might be planning to attack them.

"The government must come out clearly and say who is behind the leaflets because they have the machinery to do so."

The leaflets threaten Governor Hassan Joho and MPs Abdulswamad Nassir (Mvita), Mishi Mboko (Likoni) and Badi Twalib (Jomvu).

"The government is targetting to attack us once more because of their political difference and greedy. " Lewa added.


Leaflets were distributed since last week and the targets were the Mombasa governor Hassan Joho and the NASA MPs in Mombasa. "Jubilee has a hand on the leaflets." said the Mvita legislature Abdulswamad Nassir.


Mama Ngina rally in Mombasa. PHOTO | FILE

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