Senator Cherargei's Reactions Over Uhuru's Statement
By newskenya.com | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 3 views
While speaking in Citizen TV morning show, Samson Cherargei who is the current senator for Nandi County accused the president for mentioning only two tribes in his tour. Cherargei accused the president H.E. Uhuru Kenyatta for quoting two tribes claiming that their turn has ended and other tribe can also lead the country. According to Cherargei, the president should have not politically quoted the tribes because he is a simple of national unity. He further revealed that the president should understand that every Kenyan is mandated to vie for any seat at any given period.
The law maker said the president’s speech was meant to separate Kenyans which is against the laws. This comes after the president tour Mt. Kenya regions and asks governors, members of parliament, members of senate and members of county assembly to come and work together in one pool over the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI). He also dismissed the claims that owe anyone in the country. Uhuru said he only owes Kenyans in delivering the services to all citizens equally.
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