Some residents from Kitutu Chache South Constituency, have blamed Rev.James Mogita Anyega for dividing them along clan based claims.Speaking yesterday they said that the Reverend gathered more than 120 people from Bogusero clan and declared that they needed special treatment from the government.photo:Bogusero declaration.
Led byJohn Omboga and other clan elders,the residents quoted Rev.Anyega as follows:"I as Omogusero spokesman hereby declare that we need wealth like other houses.'It was on on this background that they denounced the self declare spokesman saying that the Abagetutu large clan have stayed together for long as a family and did not condon any divisions among them.They appealed to the two MPs Momoima Onyonka and Jimmy Angwenyi to stand up and condem the declaration before it took deep roots among them.photo:Jimmy Angwenyi.
Saying that the work of any religious leader is to lead people to God,the elders asked Reverent Anyega to desist from politics and preach."We ask him to choose between politics and religion then we decide what to tell him next."Said Makori.photo:Momoima Onyonka.
Kitutu Constituency people have been together since indpeneence under their pioneer MPs doctors Lawrence Sagini and Zachary Onyonka respectively.It was untill the Advent of multipatudm when the Constituency was divide into Kitutu Chache North and South by the electoral and boundaries commission of Kenya.
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