We won’t entertain your divisive politics, Maa leaders tell DP Ruto (Video)

DP Ruto

Leaders drawn from the Maa community have disowned Deputy President William Ruto with his Tanga Tanga brigade.

Led by Narok North MP, Moitalel Ole Kenta, the leaders made it clear that divisive politics have no place in Narok.

The faulted the DP Ruto camp for resorting to divisive politics, sowing seeds of discord among various communities to gain an upper hand.

They further questioned the interest of outsiders in the affairs of the county, wondering why they have ditched their own counties and constituencies to focus on Narok.

“Jana kulikuwa na mkutano ambapo wabunge kuto Nakuru na maeneo zingine walisema kwanba Narok ni sehemu moja ya kisiasa ambapo wako na shares na wanataka viti.

“Mtu anatoka constituency ama county yake anakuja kusema mmaneno ya Narok. Hawa awatu ndio wanaleta shida na wanawacha Narok na maeneo mengine yakichomeka.

Ningependa kuambia viongozi hao ambao ni wa Tanga Tanga kwamba hiyo siasa yao ya utoto, ya chuki nay a kutenganisha wananchi waache kwao.

The leaders held that after failing to penetrate into Narok, the Tanga Tanga brigade has now resorted to chaos and underhand means.

“Hii ni mambo ya kuleta vurugu Narok kwa sababu Tanga Tanga imeshindwa kuingia Narok sasa wanaleta vurugu za kutenganisha wakenya.” Slammed Moitalel Ole Kenta.

The Tanga Tanga brigade is slowly earning the tag of a group that thrives in chaos, driven by selfish agenda going by the assertions of several leaders.

A similar warning was issued to Moses Kuria and the Tanga Tanga brigade on Sunday when they streamed into Kiambaa to campaign for the UDA candidate noting that he is notorious for chaos.

“Good morning my people… Today we have visitors from other constituencies led by Moses Kuria, who is well known for hooliganism. I wish to categorically state that as Kiambaa people we are very peaceful, Kuria and his team must uphold peace while doing their activity today in Gachie.

“We embrace politics of development and not politics of division and hooliganism in Kiambaa. I wish you all a blessed day,” wrote Jubilee’s Karimi Njama.

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