Nandi Governor Stephen Sang now wants Raila Odinga to apologise to Kenyans over violence that was witnessed in Kibra during the by-election last week.

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He says the violence against voters, candidates and Jubilee MPs is a testimony that ODM is against the handshake which was meant to unite the people.

“Seeing ODM and its leadership perpetuating violence against residents of Kibra in the name of protecting their bedroom is a big blow to the peace that is being witnessed,” said Sang.

“As Jubilee leadership, we are asking ODM through its party leader Raila Odinga to apologise to this nation for the kind of chaos that was witnessed in Kibra,” he added.

Sang who spoke to the press in Kapsabet town on Wednesday also claimed that Simba Arati engineered violence in Kibra.

He called on the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) to arrest the MP for causing violence during the Kibra by-election.

Sang took a swipe at exponents of the handshake saying they are a let-down because they are the same ones fueling violence.

He, however, called on President Uhuru Kenyatta to be careful with Raila claiming that he (Raila) does not believe in the ideals that he subscribes to.