After the declaration of the August 8 General Election results, many politicians in your camp (Nasa) started the secession talk. What is your take on this? Will it help achieve your aspirations as a coalition?
The secession talk emerged from a compelling feeling of exclusion of a big section of the populace. It should not be ignored because a recital in the pre-amble of the Constitution of Kenya behoves us to live in peace and unity as one indivisible sovereign nation which is proud of its ethnic, cultural and religious diversity. Kenyans want the wall of tribal hegemony and the domination of a kleptocratic and felonious state brought down.