The Wiper Democratic leader Kalonzo Musyoka has urged Muslims to pray for their brothers and sisters in Southern Sudan over the ongoing fight between the Sudanese Army and paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF).
“Today as we celebrate Iftar, let’s remember our neighbors In Sudan whose majority are Muslims because if the war continues more lives and property will be lost”, said Musyoka.
Kalonzo said the instability in Sudan impacts Kenya and it is difficult to deal with the current situation in Southern Sudan because he witnessed a similar occasion some years back when he was the Minister of Foreign Affairs
“When I was the Minister of Foreign Affairs l went to Khartoum to speak with the former president Omar Bashir over the issue of implementing Sharia Law in southern Sudan. It was not an easy task without the help of former Algerian president Abdelaziz Bouteflika who spoke with Bashir and agreed to give more time before implementing the Law,” said the wiper leader.
Musyoka noted that despite the high cost of maize flour Kenyans now understand the importance of opening the IEBC server.
“This server should be opened for justice to prevail, equality to be seen and the Kenyans to know winner because everything is possible”, added Kalonzo.