The State House Kenya has on Wednesday evening penned a tough warning after President Uhuru Kenyatta delivered powerful message to Kenya's leaders over connections with inter-clan conflict that have since been witnessed in the country.
Kenya, has over years been experiencing tribal and inter-clan disputes and conflicts which sources have since blame on politicians especially in West Pokot, Baringo and Narok Counties.
In the recent past, the government of Kenya through the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Governments had conducted a disarmament exercise in the hotspot counties which saw may civilians surrendered sophisticated weapons.
Today, President Kenyatta has witnessed the destructions of the firearms, an event which the head of state used to send a warning message to politicians who might have been suspected over incitement and tribal conflicts.
President Uhuru Kenyatta warns leaders and individuals of inter clan conflicts/ Photo Courtesy
In his message, the President penned that the government of Kenya is on its course to monitor politicians who fuel inter-clan disputes while blaming it on terrorism.
"The Government will not tolerate leaders who fuel inter-clan conflicts a s blame it on terrorism. We intend to fight and we have fought Al-Shabaab. But we do not and will never allow leaders and individuals to use the name of Al-Shabaab to continue inter clan animosities and conflicts," President Uhuru Kenyatta warned.
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