Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has called upon Mount Kenya community to unite and stop the rhetoric politics of 2022.
Speaking to Newsline,Kabogo states that the divisive politics between members allied to tangatanga and kieleweke might cost the community dearly.
“I want to tell the Kikuyu community, let us think a little bit. Think before you talk. Why are there no politics in other regions? Brother is turning against brother,” Kabogo noted.
Kabogo advises the community to consider constitutional amendments as a first in the step towards bettering the region and the country as a whole, regardless of who was the president.
“Instead of running everywhere without direction, this is the time to think of what constitutional amendments can be of benefits later for us and the country, no matter who becomes the president in this country,” Kabogo urged.
The former governor has been cautioning leaders against preaching hatred among the several tribes.
His statement comes amidst rifts in the region, with leaders from the community launching scathing attacks at each other.
Most recent, Kandara MP Alice Wahome caused a political storm on January 3, when she accused President Uhuru Kenyatta of derailing the country’s economy.
Since the introduction of handshake between president Uhuru and former prime minister Raila Odinga,the political temperature has been rising on daily basis with section of politicians allied to deputy president accusing Raila Odinga of hypocrisy.
Led by Kikuyu Mp Kanini Kega and his Kiharu counterpart Ndindi Nyoro they have been pushing Uhuru Kenyatta to announce his support for his deputy 2022.