Video of Machakos Governor and Maendeleo Chap Chap party leader Dr. Alfred Mutua Speaking in Kalenjin dialect resurfaced online leaving many netizens in stir. Mutua is from the Kamba Community and many Kenyans were wondering how fluent he could speak Kalenjin in the video.
According to a post of the video shared on Facebook by Baringo daily news, Mutua said, " colonialist really divided us is bad and we should always know that poverty doesn't select tribe." He further said, " I Alfred Mutua request you that we all belong to one country so we should not allow matters of politics to divide us. God bless you, God bless Kenya."
His message preaching unity moved many netizens who reacted by shared the video online.He recently made a decision to join Kenya Kwanza Alliance from Azimio One Kenya Alliance movement to support DP Ruto's presidential bid.
Here is a link to watch the video. https://www.facebook.com/100063617768195/posts/410755757721680/?app=fbl
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