Nairobi, Kenya-The linked intelligence report reveals the plans of ousting Kenyan current administration by use of mass protest, public disobedience and bloodbath by CORD leaders aided by French intelligence.
Numerous security sources from Kenya security said are aware of the plans.
This has come to light when Kenyatta administration is linking the Mpeketoni attack to political incitement.
In a thinly-veiled reference to Cord leader Raila Odinga, interior affairs cabinet secretary Joseph ole Lenku, also linked the wave of insecurity across the country to on-going Cord coalition rallies and demands for national dialogue. Ole Lenku is warning politicians of dire consequences for allegedly crossing the ‘red line”.
Between 5th and 30th April 2014, former Prime Minister, Raila Odinga , Kibra MP, Ken Okoth, former Raila Odinga’ adviser, Salim Lone, Mombasa Senator, Hassan Omar and Prof Makau Mutua held several secret meetings at the State University of New York, Buffalo Campus, and formed a clandestine group, the Kenya Action Group (KAG).
The group’s general is Raila Amollo Odinga who was tasked by the group to be the overall leader of mass protests in Kenya. The group is funded by the French intelligence through the Kofi Annan foundation together with the US foundation led by Prof Alex Whiting.
According to Kenya based Daily post, South African private Intelligence firm has been identified to host Raila‘s websites and phone calls to avoid being tracked by Kenya’s National Intelligence Service (NIS) The group also identified another company, Bell Portinger, a public relations company that will solely handle Raila’s international travel and security arrangements.
The main aim of the group is to cause civil unrest in Kenya and destabilize President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration after failing to do it through the International Criminal Court (ICC). The mass protests are planned to commence on 7 July 2014. “The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood,” Prof Whiting is alleged to have told Raila Odinga.
It’s clear that Kenyan security is aware of the KAG plans, but what are not clear is French interests in the region.