Ahead of the next year's elections, political tension continues to be high every day. The presidential hopefuls continue to move from one part of the nation to the other to sell their manifestos ahead of the 2022 general elections. Local church leaders continue to call for Kenyans to maintain peace during this campaign period.Photo Courtesy is Used to Report the news.
The deputy's president camp continues to experience a lot of pressure from outside members more so Jubilee supporters. Today, a political analyst and a youth representative from Nyandarua county, Solomon Kuria, has blasted and attacked the deputy president asking the N.C.I.C to summon Ruto.
Speaking at a TV 47 interview today, the political analyst has said that during the deputy president's visit to Kirinyaga during the weekend, he rebuked some communities calling them 'stone-throwers. Kuria says that the DP profiled the community and so he has to be summoned. "I want to call upon the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (N.C.I.C) to summon the deputy president over the remarks he made in Kirinyaga on Sunday profiling a community in Kenya as " stone-throwers," Kuria said.
Kuria's latest statement has elicited some mixed reactions from Kenyans who think that Kuria is just against the DP Ruto. Below are some of the mixed reactions from some Kenyans.
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