Powerful forces against Kenya can take advantage & hurt our country

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Moses Wetangula

Embattled Bungoma senator Moses Wetangula  has warned Kenya to take caution not to let our bilateral relationship with Somalia sink below the current level.

He has expressed that powerful forces against Kenya can take advantage and hurt our country advising president Uhuru to call their bluff and visit Mogadishu to see their president.

When Somalia filed a maritime boundary dispute at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in 2014, it drove a wedge between two countries whose relationship is like that of Siamese twins.

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Presidents Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmaajo of Somalia and Kenya’s Uhuru Kenyatta

Kenya has long been a protector and defender of Somalian interests, yet it now found itself at loggerheads with its northeastern neighbour.

Quite a number have agreed with the senator that the issue should be taken seriously.

Kenya suspended direct flights from Somalia’s capital Mogadishu to Nairobi for security reasons but Somalia has asked for reconsideration, saying the decision was politically motivated.

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Further, Somalia has since criticised neighbouring Kenya for deporting two Somali lawmakers and a minister after authorities in Nairobi blocked them from entering the country at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

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Monica Juma Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Monica Juma

Others were haste to remind him that he personally has destroyed our bilateral relationship between Kenya and United Arab Emirates with his alleged involvement with the gold scam saga.

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Wetangula, who is a person of interest in the ongoing investigations into fake gold scam, has since declared it a “non-issue”.

George Kinoti, the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI), earlier revealed his team is probing the leaked telephone conversation alleged to be between Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula and a representative of the Dubai royal family over the fake gold scandal that hit the country.

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The senator has maintained silence over the rip-off that has seen international investors lose billions of shillings to local and foreign conmen running riot in the Kenyan capital.

In the audio, which has done rounds on social media, a man is heard mentioning names of President Uhuru Kenyatta and Opposition leader Raila Odinga to assure a Dubai gold investor that their detained consignment would be released.

Do you believe Wetangula’s concerns over Somalia are genuine or mind games of destruction like has become the trend of politicians?

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