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Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition leader Raila Odinga has dismissed “unfounded” claims that former president and Azimio council chairman Uhuru Kenyatta is funding the opposition’s anti-government protests.

Following Monday’s demonstrations – the second in a series of bi-weekly protests lined up in the coming days – Odinga gave an interview to the BBC where he maintained that Kenyatta does not engage in Azimio’s “domestic issues”, despite still being a member of the movement.

“There have been unfounded allegations that Honourable Uhuru Kenyatta is funding the current protests. Nothing could be further from the truth,” Odinga told the network.

“Yes, Uhuru Kenyatta is a member of this movement, he is still the chairman of this movement, but he’s restrained himself and has had no time to engage in domestic issues at all, neither has he commented or talked about what is going on in the country,” he added.

The former Prime Minister condemned Monday’s raid on his East Africa Spectre Limited gas plant in Nairobi, as well as the invasion of an expansive land owned by former Kenyatta’s family.

The goons invaded the Kenyatta family land along the Nairobi Eastern Bypass in the morning, cut down trees and made away with sheep, hours after which Odinga’s gas company was attacked and several windows shattered.

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