Kuria while urging Nakuru residents to rally behind Deputy President William Ruto ahead of the election claimed a section of politicians are promoting tribalism.
The vocal MP told the President that they, when they were in Jubilee ended tribalism when they held a mega rally in Nakuru.
Kuria who was speaking in front of the DP claimed that some leaders are trying to divide people along tribal lines.
The Kenya Kwanza politician in his attack claimed that President Uhuru has remained silent while their political opponents are spreading politics of division.
“The problem I have with our President is that we came here in Nakuru to burry tribalism. But Uhuru is just looking as Lee Kinyanjui, Njenga Mungai and Arama are dividing people along tribal lines. Shame on you, shame on you,” said Kuria.
The DP and his team during the Nakuru rally urged Kenyans to stay united and say no to hatred that brings division adding that Kenyans must refuse to be divided along tribal lines.
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