•Raila said his handshake brother had finished his term successfully and he should not be disturbed.
•Ruto dared Odinga to lead demonstrations over the outcome of the August 9 General Election
Opposition chief Raila Odinga has warned the Kenya Kwanza government against roping retired President Uhuru Kenyatta into what he termed as "petty politics".
Raila said his handshake brother Uhuru had finished his term successfully and he should not be disturbed.
"Wacheni kutaja jina ya Uhuru. Uhuru alitoka serikali na akaenda.(Stop mentioning Uhuru's name . He left the government and went his way)," he said
Raila further said that when Uhuru was leaving the government, the economy was better and life was easy and affordable unlike now when the "hustler' government is in power.
While insisting that his votes for Mt.Kenya were "stolen", Raila thanked the people from the region for backing him.
"It was our performance in the Mount Kenya region where we broke all records. The people of the mountain voted for us like they have never done before," Raila said.
"Ata kama kura zangu za mlima ziliibwa, nataka kuwashukuru watu wa mlima ( Even if my votes were rigged, I want to thank you the people of Mt.Kenya for your votes)," he said.
On Sunday, President William Ruto dared Odinga to lead demonstrations over the outcome of the August 9 General Election, terming it as a move financed by cartels opposed to reforms in the coffee, tea and milk sectors.
Ruto claimed Odinga was determined to sabotage his administration’s efforts to revive the economy.
“They cannot hold this country, hostage, again. Over the years, he ( Odinga) has held protests and benefited. You want to plan protests for me? Go ahead, but I will not dwell on settling issues of one person,” he said