Odinga calls for foreign intervention

By Samuel Ssebuliba.  

NASA’s leader Raila Odinga has asked Kenya’s international partners to engage the country more robustly and help it end the current political stalemate.

In a 30-minute lecture in Washington DC, Odinga asked the West to act, saying western diplomats had concentrated more on guarding against the rise of extremism and terrorism, ignoring the democratic space.

He said that Kenya is slowly sinking in a deeper crisis thus all countries including America must get concerned.

His call comes after NASA leaders called for fresh weekly demonstrations in Nairobi starting today.