Third way Alliance party leader Dr Ekuru Aukot speaking to the members of the press conference. Photo courtesy.
The Third way Alliance Party leader Dr Ekuru Aukot who is among the critics of President William Ruto and his government, has today suggested that the president and his deputy be banned from using their mother tongue language while at work, since those languages are simply inciting tribal feelings.
According to a report by KBC television as Ekuru shared it with the media, he has suggested the mother tongue language to be banned during working time when national leaders that's the president and his deputy.
The two top leaders who are leading the whole nation should be banned from using mother tongue to avoid inciting Kenyans along their tribal lines. According to him, this move will help in reducing tribalism in the country when the national leaders only use the official languages, that's English and Kiswahili.
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