MOREDEK Not To Attend UHCK Funds Drive
The Movement for the Restoration of Democracy in Kenya (MOREDEK) received an invitation to attend the January 26th funds drive organized at Bagarmossen Church by the recently formed “Humanitarian Cause for Kenya (UHCK)”.
In view of the complicated circumstances under which the funds drive has been called, MOREDEK would like to take a position in relation to the funds drive.
MOREDEK is a neutral non profit making organization whose main aims and objectives are; to fight for the restoration of democracy in Kenya, struggle for the respect of Human rights following the rigged elections in Kenya and to address the humanitarian crisis following sporadic violence and killings that erupted across the country soon after Mr. Mwai Kibaki was unlawfully installed as President of Kenya.
While MOREDEK appreciates the invitation, the Movement will not be in a position to attend the funds drive because the Movement has not received any official document outlining what UHCK stands for. MOREDEK therefore finds it difficult to engage in joint work at this point in time, given that there has been no discussions between the two groups to establish common points of agreement.
MOREDEK believes that Presidential election in Kenya was rigged and that Kibaki is in power illegally presiding over an equally illegal government that has not been recognized by world governments, the United Nations and other credible International institutions.
We hope that the MOREDEK position will not be misconstrued to mean that the Movement is opposed to the UHCK funds drive now and in the future.
Our members, supporters, friends and sympathizers have express freedom to participate and contribute to the funds drive and other UHCK future activities as individuals.
Regardless of the MOREDEK position, the Movement hopes that there will be openings in the future through which the two organizations will be able to work together as the search for a lasting and peaceful solution to the crisis in Kenya also continues.
Moredek’s Interim Chairperson
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