Kenyans have expressed mixed reactions following retaliation by NARC Kenya party leader Martha Karua about calls for them to fold their political parties. This comes days after Martha Karua was made the spokesperson of the Mount Kenya region after a meeting in Naivasha that was held by the likes of Mwangi Kiunjuri, Moses Kuria and Willam Kabogo
It is good to note that all these leaders have political parties whereby calls by Deputy President William Ruto for Gatundu MP Moses Kuria and Mwangi Kiunjuri to dissolve their parties made them to fallout. Deputy President viewed their parties as tribal parties thus wanted them to dissolve them and join UDA which he described as the only party with a national outlook with almost all Kenyan tribes.
Martha Karua's message seemed to have been directed to Deputy President William Ruto whereby she has indicated that they fought so hard for multi parties during the Moi era for them to come and dissolve their parties to join UDA. Here are some reactions;
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