The Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua and Hon.Aden Duale are now on the limelight over tribal wars. They have been termed as warlords since they are each fighting for their own tribe.
The two have captured the attention of Kenyans through their actions. Aden Duale is fighting for Somalis/Muslims alone while Rigathi is fighting for Kikuyus.
Aden Duale raised eyebrows in his remarks that all Muslim girls and women should wear hijab. He further said that those who failed to do so will be sent out of the country. Many Kenyans including politicians came to the defense of Muslims girls saying that they have their constitutional rights to decide whether to or not wear hijab .
Rigathi, on the other hand claims that he mobilized the Kikuyus to vote for Sakaja. Many were angered by his remarks that Sakaja could not have won the Nairobi gubernatorial seat without the support of his Kikuyu people.
Many claimed that they are encouraging tribal wars which have been a problem in the country.
What are your views on Rigathi and Duale's action?
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