- It is on that basis that he asked Uhuru to reach out to his brother to call off of the demo to allow the current regime to focus on delivering their campaign promises.
The DP claimed that Uhuru had seen to the destabilisation of Kenya's economy, adding that it was unfair to the people, for him to watch as Raila ruined what remained of it.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has pleaded with former president Uhuru Kenyatta to talk to ODM leader Raila Odinga to call off the Monday demonstrations.
Raila who has called for mass demonstrations asked his supporters on Sunday to converge at Nairobi Central Business district before the start of the demo.
Gachagua who spoke at a thanksgiving church service in Nandi County on Sunday, the DP accused the former President of funding Azimio demonstrations.
It is on that basis that he asked Uhuru to reach out to his brother to call off the demo to allow the current regime to focus on delivering their campaign promises.
"Please Uhuru Kenyatta nakuomba within the few remaining hours look for your brother tell him to stop that nonsense of getting people to Nairobi to come and destroy property," he said.
"It is immoral, unacceptable, it is ungodly and it cannot be accepted in a normal society."
The DP claimed that Uhuru has witnessed the destabilisation of Kenya's economy saying it would be unfair to Kenyans for him to watch as Raila plans on further ruining what remained of it.
Speaking in a TV interview on Saturday, Raila dismissed claims that Uhuru was funding the protests.
He explained that the retired President is too busy with his AU envoy roles to take part in planning the demos.
"Uhuru has nothing to do with this. As you know he has been outside the country most of the time. Lately he was in Nigeria observing election and from there I think he went somewhere else and just arrived back few days ago. He has not been part of us at all," he said.
Raila said the public barazas and looming mass protests are fully funded by the people.
He noted that members of Azimio voluntarily raise funds for the coalition's activities.
"These protests have not been funded by one specific individual. It is funded by the Citizens themselves. No one has such a huge amount of money to be able to foot the expenses of the movement," Raila said.