Kenya Kwanza Delegates Accuse President Kenyatta of Engaging In Tribal Politics


Kenya Kwanza delegates have accused President Kenyatta of engaging in tribal politics claiming that he is the symbol of unity, dignity, and respect of the country hence, should rise above politics.

This comes after President Kenyatta’s Sagana meeting where he officially kicked off political divorce proceedings with his Deputy, William Ruto, and endorsed ODM and Azimio leader Raila Odinga to succeed him.

“I will support Raila this time, for the sake of the peaceful co-existence of our Country. When DP Ruto changes his ways in the future we will also consider supporting him when that time comes. I have no personal problem with anybody,” he said.

Ford-Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula said, President Kenyatta’s advisors are not advising him properly since Kenyans feel uneasy when he retreats to a region to speak politics of tribe.

“Mr. President, I have told you before that you only have one vote as the president so give Kenyans a chance to elect a president of their choice,” he said.

“Mr. Uhuru please take an example of your predecessor, former president Mwai Kibaki, who after finishing his term let electorates decide whom they want to be their president,” Wetangula added.

Deputy President on the other hand labeled ODM party leader, Raila Odinga as a project of people who are self-seekers and want to protect their interests.

Murang’a Senator Irungu Kang’ata still on the same claimed that, he was invited to the Sagana meeting but he could not attend because it had tribalist motivations that he could not be part of.

Jubilee leaders who have since decamped to DP Ruto’s UDA party are reported to have been left out of the President’s meeting.


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