Jubilee Party senator for Kericho county Aaron Cheruiyot has made a passionate plea to kenyans to urgently pray for the country following president Uhuru Kenyatta's meeting with three coastal governors.
Cheruiyot is pleading for prayers because he says president Uhuru Kenyatta who is supposed to be the symbol of national unity is completely doing the opposite.
He argues that the head of state is deliberately killing national parties like Jubilee Party and Orange democratic movement Party because he wants to sponsor localized parties especially at the coast.
"Why would a president who is supposed to be a symbol of national unity fight this hard to vanquish strong national parties like ODM & Jubilee? N promote weak regional caricatures of tribal Formations? Stranger than the Pope opening a brothel. Tuiombee Kenya Jameni," he pleaded.
His remarks come few moments after Kilifi governor Amason Kingi took to social media to reveal that president Uhuru Kenyatta had met him together with Mombasa county governor Ali Hassan Joho and his Kwale counterpart Salim Mvurya.
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