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Makueni: 2022 Presidential Hopeful Alleges Kenya Cannot Exist Without Kikuyus

Makueni governor Prof Kivutha Kibwana who is also a 2022 presidential hopeful has now claimed that Kenya cannot exist without the Kikuyu community.

According to the learned county boss, all communities in the country were equally important since, they come together to make it up.

Further, Prof Kibwana opined that all ethnic communities within Kenya, including the Kikuyu cannot 'survive' without a country to allude to as a home.

The State House race contestant, who was responding to renown political analyst Prof Mutahi Ngunyi's assertions on the unity of the Kikuyu community averred that all communities in Kenya should 'hang' together ahead of 2022 and other future elections.

"Please ask them to hang together with the rest of Kenyans. It is a community many other communities can learn a lot from. The Kikuyu cannot easily survive without Kenya, and Kenya will find it hard to exist without the Kikuyu. We belong together. This was the HARAMBEE spirit," said Prof Kibwana in a tweet.

Prof Ngunyi had alleged that he did not regret advising the Kikuyu community to unite and make a single political decision in 2022.

This comes as president Uhuru Kenyatta is set to retire from politics after serving for two terms in 2022.

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