Raila Junior, cord leader Raila Odinga’s son has dished out some words of wisdom in response to Moses Kuria’s murder remark against his father.
On June 12, Kuria was caught in a video telling church congregation in his Kikuyu dialect that government should “shoot the man (Raila Odinga) for once, so Luos will throw stones for one week and forget him once and for all”.
He reported at CID’s office on Kiambu Road shortly after IG Joseph Boinnet summoned him and five other MPs where he recorded a statement with Kabete MP Ferdinand Waititu.
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Responding to the murder remark on his Twitter account, Raila Junior said that he will buy Philip Gourevitch’s book about the Rwanda genocide, for Kuria.
“We wish to inform you that tomorrow we will be killed with our families. I’d like to buy Moses Kuria that book”.
Raila Junior also offered Mr Kuria some money to pay for his return air ticket to the genocide memorial in Kigali. He further wrote that the offer is to enable Kuria’s journey to Rwanda to see the aftermath of genocide. He said:
“I’d like to buy Moses Kuria that book. And Pay for his return air ticket to the genocide memorial in Kigali… Ask him to send me his preferred travel dates and to act like a leader for once. Every time Moses Kuria trends national unity depreciates a little more.”
The skulls of genocide victims outside a chapel in Rwanda, November 1999.
We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families is a 1998 non-fiction book by The New Yorker writer Philip Gourevitch about the 1994 Rwandan Genocide, in which around 800,000 Tutsis and Hutus were slaughtered.
Here Is The cover Of The Book Authored By Philip Gourevitch.
The book describes Gourevitch’s travels in Rwanda after the Rwandan Genocide, in which he interviews survivors and gathers information. Gourevitch retells survivors’ stories, and reflects on the meaning of the genocide. The author spent more than nine months in Rwanda trying to understand how the genocide started and how the Western powers stood by and watched it happen, and how Rwandans are living with its legacy.
Philip Gourevitch, the author of the amazing book, was born in 1961 and is an American author and journalist.