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Martha Karua sends sarcastic message after President Biden praises Ruto over Haiti

Karua responded after US President Joe Biden thanked President William Ruto at the UN assembly for agreeing to deploy police in Haiti.

This was after the move by President William Ruto to volunteer to send 1,000 Kenyan soldiers to Haiti to lead the UN Security mission has won the heart of US President Joe Biden.

Addressing the UN General Assembly 2023, Biden thanked Ruto for his willingness to release the Kenyan soldier for the operation.

“I thank President Ruto of Kenya. I thank him for his willingness to serve as lead nation of UN’s Security Support Mission,” Biden said.

Biden made the remarks on Ruto while speaking at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, where he underscored the importance of nations working together to tackle challenges.

However, Biden praise to Ruto has attracted the attention of Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua who took to her X platform and comment.

In her response to the same, Karua referred to Ruto and Biden as a father and his son.

“Big daddy and his boy,” she said in a tweet on Wednesday.

This comes at the backdrop of the Opposition outfit’s criticism of the US, accusing it of meddling with Kenya’s political affairs.

Azimio leader Raila Odinga also called out US Ambassador to Kenya, Meg Whitman after she said that last year’s election was the most credible Kenya has ever held.

Karua was Raila’s running mate in last year’s presidential polls.

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Kenya agreed to deploy 1,000 police officers to Haiti to help restore normalcy and combat the gang violence that has wrecked the Caribbean nation.

Kenya will lead an international police force aimed at the mission to begin probably in a month.

More than 2,400 people in Haiti were reported killed, more than 950 kidnapped and another 902 injured in gang violence, according to the most recent UN statistics.

Biden called on the UN Security Council to authorise the security mission immediately.

He said the people of Haiti cannot wait much longer considering the security situation is getting worse.

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