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KIKUYU council of elders finally break silence over 2022 succession politics and RUTO’s bid-Some people will commit suicide after this

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DAILY POST: KIKUYU council of elders finally break silence over 2022 succession politics and RUTO’s bid-Some people will commit suicide after this



Friday January 11, 2019-The Kikuyu council of
elders have broken their silence over the ongoing debate regarding the 2022
succession politics.

In
a statement, the elders called on politicians to immediately desist from 2022
succession politics, saying the trend was impeding development.
The
elders under, Kikuyu Cultural Elders Association, said heightening political
temperatures surrounding succession of President Uhuru Kenyatta by his Deputy
William Ruto were a threat to the calm Kenya has enjoyed for the past one year.
The
elders further said it was unusually early for DP Ruto and his politicians to
commence campaigns for an election which was more than three years away.
Led
by the association’s Chairman, Ndung’u Gaiduma, they said as elders, they were
perturbed and worried by the bubbling political temperatures experienced in the
2019, terming the situation a disruption of social and economic progress.
 “As elders we strongly believe it is too
early to engage in politics of 2022.”
“Most
of recent political utterances don’t auger well with our country’s prospective.”
“Jubilee’s
manifesto points and the Big Four Agenda are yet to be implemented and that is
where our focus should be,” said Ndung’u.





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