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'Mimi Sipangwingwi' Dr Ruto Says As He Condemns His Competitors' Tribal Parties

Tribal parties should not be allowed a chance in Kenya's political sphere, according to Deputy President William Ruto. They are the largest hurdles to Kenya's progress, according to Ruto, since they promote hate, division, and ethnicity.

The DP lobbied for support for his UDA party, claiming that it is a party of national unity that brings the entire country together. He claimed it was hard to bring the country together if "everyone has their political party from their corner, village, or region."

"Siasa ya ukabila ndio imerudisha Kenya nyuma na nafasi yetu safari hii tuondoe, tumalize na tuzike siasa ya ukabila katika taifa letu la Kenya. Njia ya kuondoa siasa ya ukabila katika taifa letu la Kenyanni kuhakikisha sote tumeungana kwa chama ambayo inaunganisha wakenya wote. Chama ya kazi ni kazi. Chama ya UDA," The second in command said.

He talked to almost 3,000 members of the Wamama na Hustler, a club dedicated to promoting the Bottom-Up Economic Model across Kenya, on Monday at his Karen residence in Nairobi County.

Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru, MPs Jayne Kihara (Naivasha Town), Millicent Omanga (Nominated), Isaac Mwaura (Nominated), Patrick Wainaina (Thika Town), and George Theuri were among the leaders in attendance (Embakasi West). Benjamin Gathiru (Lang'ata), Nixon Korir (Lang'ata).

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