Meru county senator Mithika Linturi has been placed on spotlight over divisive remarks in Eldoret, Uasin Gishu county during deputy president William Ruto's mega rally in the town where he referred to those who don't support the dp in the region as 'madoadoa'.
The controversial politician wondered how they could be supporting the deputy all the way from Meru and Mt Kenya region at large whereas there are some from his tribe who are not willing to join him.
"Watu wa Uasin Gishu msicheze na Kenya. Nawaomba muondoe madoadoa ambayo mko nayo. Hatuwezi kuwa tunasimama na William kule Mt. Kenya na Meru halafu mko na wengine hapa ambao hawaungani naye,"he said.
His sentiments has angered netizens who think the legislator is calling for ethnic cleansing which should be condemned at all costs.
Below are some of the reactions from netizens after his sentiments;
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