Kenya suffering from deficiency of leaders, says Muturi
28 September 2015, 11:44
Nakuru - Speaker of the National Assembly, Justin Muturi has said that Kenya is suffering from a deficiency of national and patriotic leaders.
Speaking Sunday in Njoro, Muturi said that most Kenyan politicians are filled with greed and driven by tribal feeelings and personal intrests.
Muturi said that utterances made by most MPs in political rallies and other public forums is a clear indication that Kenya is suffering from the worst deficiency of leaders.
"In Kenya, we have a big problem when it comes to leadership because we have a deficiency of leaders. What we have are politicians and tribal chiefs," said Muturi.
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He added: "Leaders cannot be using public platforms to spread tribal propaganda and incitements and expect the nation to be bound together. If it was within my powers, some MPs would never step within parliament buildings."
Muturi said that the current parliament has failed to hold the nation together because of politicians who advance tribal interests at the expense of the nation.
"The eleventh parliament will be blamed by Kenyans for failing to offer leadership to the nation. Since 2013, the nation is still divided and politicians are making it worse as we approach 2017 but it is upon Kenyans to make the decision in 2017," he said.
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