Speculations have been flaring up over the unanticipated wrangle between Mt Kenya kingpin (President Uhuru Kenyatta) and the Kikuyu Nation whereby, the said Kikuyus have been allegating the President neglected them moreso in projects among many other aspects.
(Photo Courtesy/President Uhuru Kenyatta)
However, a number of controversial icons in Kenya have aswell been seen standing by the President over the allegations.
(Photo Courtesy/Robert Alai)
"Every Kenyan Voter should be like the Luo. We don't keep grudges. See now President Uhuru is now popular in Nyanza than even in Central Kenya. We forgave, we are forging ahead. The President must be left to finish his term and everyone opposing him is a real enemy...No one like my people" stated Robert Alai.
According to Alai, he claims Kenyans should learn not to hold grudges in matters regarding to politics which in this account is the blame game between a section of Kenyans towards President Uhuru Kenyatta.
(Photo Courtesy Google)
He further touched on President Uhuru being famous in Raila Odinga stronghold unlike his own grounds (Mt Kenya).
What is your take on Alai's sentiments? Do you think Luos don't hold grudges as he claims?
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