We’ll pursue AL-SHABAAB even if it’s to go to Somalia & crush them like insects – RUTO

Sunday November 23, 2014 - Deputy President William Ruto has assured Kenyans that his Government will leave no stone unturned until all the Al-Shabaab terrorists who massacred 28 innocent Kenyans on a bus to Nairobi are killed.
Speaking yesterday, Ruto, who is the acting President because Uhuru Kenyatta is out of the country, said the Al-Shabaab killers will be pursued even if means crossing the border to Somalia.
He said he had ordered the Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) not to rest until all the terrorist are killed.
“We will not rest until the Al-Shabaab terrorists who killed innocent Kenyans in Mandera are all dead.  I have ordered KDF to pursue them from wherever they are even if it is in Somalia,” said Ruto.
Separately, Interior Cabinet Secretary, Joseph Ole Lenku, said the Government already knows the Al-Shabaab terrorists who murdered innocent Kenyans in cold blood and where they are hiding.
The alleged Al-Shabaab hideout was bombed by KDF fighter jets and it’s believed all the terrorist hiding there were killed.

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OBAMA condemns the killing of 28 Christians in Mandera, Kenya by AL SHABAAB.

Sunday November 23, 2014 – US President Barrack Obama has condemned the killing of 28 people in Mandera after Al Shabaab militants attacked a Nairobi bound bus.
In a statement issued by National Security Council Spokesperson, Bernadette Meehan, Obama sent condolences to the family and said the US Government will do anything to help Kenya deal with the Al Shabaab menace.
“We extend our deepest condolences to the families and loved ones of the 28 individuals killed,” Obama said.
“The United States stands with our Kenyan partners in the effort to counter the threat of terrorism and affirms our ongoing commitment to working with all Kenyans to combat these atrocities,” Obama added.
On Saturday morning, over 100 Al Shabaab militias hijacked a Nairobi bound bus and killed 28 Christians. 
According to survivors, the attackers separated non-Muslim passengers from the bus before leading them outside where they were shot at close range.
The Al Shabaab claimed responsibility saying they were acting as revenge for the ongoing profiling of Muslims in Mombasa and closure of 4 Mosques by Kenya’s authorities.

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RAILA ODINGA tells UHURU and RUTO to resign over insecurity – This is too much.

Sunday November 23, 2014 – Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has called for the resignation of President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy, William Ruto, for failing to protect the lives of Kenyans as enshrined in the Constitution.
Addressing the Press on Saturday  at Sentrim Lodge in Elementaita, Nakuru County where his ODM party has been meeting for the past two days, Raila also called for an overhaul of the country’s security system following the Saturday attack of a Kenyan bus in Mandera where 28 Kenyans were slaughtered by Al Shabaab insurgents.
“We want the Government to carry out a proper reshuffle of the security agencies and put in place Kenyans with credibility to handle matters of the security,”   the former PM said.
Raila described Saturday’s bus massacre in Mandera as barbaric, archaic and unacceptable but also a clear affront of national rule of respect for human rights.
The former PM said an attack on any Kenyan should be considered as an attack on the nation adding that a single life lost whether in Mandera, Wajir, Marsabit or any other part of the country, is one too many.
He concluded by urging Uhuru and Ruto to take responsibility for the killings and resign for failing to protect Kenyans.

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RAILA gives in to NAMWAMBA’s demands as he appoints him as ODM Secretary General.

Sunday November 23, 2014-CORD leader, Raila Odinga, on Saturday tried to stem the ongoing dissent in Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) by appointing Budalang’i MP, Ababu Namwamba as ODM’s Secretary General.
In the list that he announced at the Sentrim Lodge in Elementaita where ODM’s National Executive Council (NEC) have been meeting since Thursday, Mombasa Governor, Hassan Joho, was named Deputy Party Leader, Gwasi MP, Hon John Mbadi, was named National Chairman, Budalangi MP, Ababu Namwamba, was named the party’s Secretary General and Kitutu Masaba’s Hon Timothy Bosire was appointed the National Treasurer.
Here is the full new line up.
ODM NATIONAL OFFICIALS

Party Leader: Raila Odinga
1st Dep. Party Leader Joho Hassan
2nd Dep. PL Oparanya Wycliffe
Chairman; John Mbadi
1st Dep. Chair – Josephat Nanok
2nd D. C – Paul Otuoma
3rd D.C – Adan Keynan
4th D.C – Christine Lemein
Secretary General: Ababu Namwamba
1st 
D. SG – Elizabeth Ongoro
2nd D. SG- Agnes Zani
Organising Sec: Abdikadir Aden
1st Dep. OS – George Aladwa
2nd – Florence Mutua
3rd – Rozah Buyu
4th- Suleiman Dori
Treasurer – Timothy Bosire

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UHURU/ RUTO should shut their beaks because they have failed Kenyans – MARTHA KARUA

Sunday November 23, 2014 – NARC Kenya chairperson, Martha Karua, has urged President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy, William Ruto, to shut their mouths because Kenyans are tired of their statements over the ongoing cases of insecurity in the country.
Reacting to the Saturday morning bus attack in Mandera County where 28 Christians were slaughtered by Al Shabaab, Karua urged the Government to swing into action and arrest those culprits and stop issuing nonsensical statements.
Karua also condemned the attack terming it as barbaric and urged Kenyans to avoid being divided along religious lines because that is what Al Shabaab wants.
This is what Martha Karua said.
Martha Karua# I condemn the #ManderaBusAttack and pray that God comforts the affected families. We need action by the government not more statements!

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AL SHABAAB claims responsibility for the TERROR ATTACK where 28 Christians died

Sunday November 23, 2014 - Somalia based terrorist organisation, Al Shabaab, has claimed responsibility for the Saturday morning bus attack in Mandera town where they killed 32 Christians who failed to recite the Quran.
In a statement released by Al Shabaab spokesman, Sheikh Ali Mohamud Rage, the group said they carried the attacks in revenge of the ongoing profiling of Muslim youths in Mombasa and the closure of 4 Mosques.
“The Mujahideen successfully carried out an operation near Mandera early this morning, which resulted in the perishing of 28 crusaders, as a revenge for the crimes committed by the Kenyan crusaders against our Muslim brethren in Mombasa,” Rage said.
Rage said the militia will also continue attacking Kenya until it withdraws its troops from Somalia and until the Government stops profiling Muslims especially in Nairobi’s Eastleigh area and Mombasa.
Meanwhile, Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) have launched an offensive attack inside Somalia and destroyed an Al Shabaab base believed to be the hide-out of the Mandera attackers.
KDF jets pounded the area and killed over 200 Al Shabaab insurgents.

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Manchester United captain, Wayne Rooney, hails ‘very important victory’ over Arsenal.

Sunday, November 23, 2014 - Manchester United skipper, Wayne Rooney, is banking on their victory over Arsenal to kick start the Red Devils ‘season under Louis van Gaal. 
Rooney was on target as United registered their first way win of the season to move them back into the top four of the Premier League.
Rooney told Sky Sports News: “It’s a very important victory. We weathered the storm at times, especially first half. Our goalkeeper [David de Gea ] was fantastic and we hit them with two good goals.
“It was a different game. They had possession and we hit them on the break – that was our gameplan. I think it’s a massive result for us.
“Two very young players, Paddy McNair and Tyler Blackett , in such a big game – they’ve coped well.
“This will give us a lot of confidence, a lot of belief and it’s come at the right time for us.
“We want to try and build a bit of momentum going into the New Year so today was a massive result in terms of starting that.”

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