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2015: All the com­mu­ni­ties in Ka­ji­ado must be in­cor­po­rated into the next (County) Gov­ern­ment be­cause the cur­rent ad­min­is­tra­tion has adopted a di­vi­sive ap­proach.

2016: It was at that point that I un­dressed the no­tion of trib­al­ism and nepo­tism put on the gowns of to­geth­er­ness and in­te­gra­tion.

2016: 2017 will be in­tel­lec­tual bat­tle verses stom­ach bat­tle (money bat­tle) I’m ded­i­cated to lead Ka­ji­ado elec­torates to the Promised Land where tribal mat­ters will have no role to play.

2016: As we speak now, there is a feel­ing that Ka­ji­ado be­longs to Maa­sai, the no­tion has led the other com­mu­ni­ties like Kikuyu, Kisii and Kamba to be side­lined by the cur­rent ad­min­is­tra­tion.

2016: “Ka­ji­ado is a cos­mopoli­tan county, I’m de­ter­mined to en­sure that the is­sues of trib­al­ism will no longer play part in this county, I will bring all the com­mu­nity in­volved to­gether.”

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