Bring Kenyans together after ICC ruling, Mudavadi tells Uhuru
09 April 2016, 17:44
Nairobi - The Jubilee government must now focus on healing the country after the termination of the International Criminal Court (ICC) cases against Kenyans, Amani National Congress Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi has said.
Mudavadi said President Kenyatta and his deputy must concentrate on bringing the country together especially as the next general election draws near.
“The country is highly polarized at the moment. There is a high risk of the country going back to chaos in the next elections if nothing is done,” he warned.
“We have the spectacle of Internally Displaced People, mismanaged resettlement where lack of accountability, transparency, discrimination and ethnic exclusion have been the hallmark of the exercise. You cannot forge ethnic integration when there is obvious discrimination of some communities,” observed Mudavadi.
The Amani leader made the remarks Friday during a fundraising in Malava Constituency at Musungu Primary School in Kakamega County.
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