Kivutha Kibwana has sent a strong message to political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi. The two share a long history of friendship having worked together at University of Nairobi as lecturers. Kivutha Kibwana at that time was teaching constitutional law before venturing into politics.
Kivutha Kibwana was replying to Ngunyi's post that had said 'Kikuyus must hang together or hung separately.' According to the Makueni governor, Mutahi is trying to alienate the community from the rest of Kenya. According to him, Ngunyi is repeatedly using coded language to instil fear to Kikuyu community.
Kivutha Kibwana heaped praises to the Kikuyu Community saying that they are a hardworking lot. He said that if the country will be fortunate to have a working economy and/or political order, the community will prosper immensely.
Most politicians in Kenya plus political analysts have been accused of grading Kenyans along tribal lines. This leads to Kenyans being used as voting tools with little or no service delivery offered thereafter.
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