Monday, April 13, 2015

Iran Embassy Rubbish Document Doing Rounds On Social Media Linking Cord Leader Raila To Al Shabaab Attacks….Was It Authored By JAP To Tarnish Raila’s Name? (See Details)

The Iran Embassy has denied that it authored the document doing rounds on social media linking Raila to Al shabaab terrorist attack in the country.

According to the document that allegedly originates from Iran Embassy, CORD leader is using the same strategies to win the forthcoming elections. ODM has claimed that the document was authored by Jubilee.

Click Here To Read The Document: Shocking: Raila Working With AL-Shabaab To Destabilize Kenya, READ THE SHOCKING DETAILS (Evidence)

Here is the article that first appeared on the Star daily:

ODM has denied claims that Cord Leader Raila Odinga is funding al Shabaab as stated by an intelligence document allegedly authored by Iran Ministry of Intelligence.
Iran embassy has said the document doing rounds on social media did not originate from them.

The party’s Director of communications, Philip Etale, said the circular was from Jubilee and dismissed it as "cheap PR," saying Raila had nothing to do with al Shabaab.
"Even a primary school kid knows that Jubilee has failed in security, they should not write a circular that is not authentic and let it go round on social media," he said on phone.

Etale said the government would be “shown the door” if it continued with the propaganda.

A statement attributed to Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence claims Raila was funding the terrorist group “to make the government appear weak.”

"There is a possibility that the Kenyan opposition is setting up the current regime by working with militants from somalia known as al Shabaab," it read.

The circular said Raila had met Nigeria’s President-elect Muhammadu Buhari severally, to discuss winning election strategies in their respective countries.

"It should also be noted that Mr. Odinga seems to have gained considerable political mileage from the issues arising from insecurity especially in alleged terror attacks in a manner almost identical to General Buhari’s situation in Nigeria," read the circular.

This comes after a diplomat from a Middle East country told The Sunday Standard that the Iranian government had informed Kenyan security intelligence about an impending attack, more than one week before the massacre at Garissa University College.

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