Reject both Jubilee and CORD in 2017, KANU cautions
07 January 2016, 12:00
Nakuru - The independence party, KANU has called on Kenyans to reject both Jubilee and CORD coalitions in next year's polls saying the two are likely to polarise and divide the nation.
KANU Secretary General, Nick Salat said the country will be deeply divided should Jubilee or CORD win the elections.
Salat said both coalitions have shown clear signs of dividing the country instead of uniting Kenyans.
"Kenya will be polarised after next year's polls if we make a mistake of electing Uhuru or Raila. We must not allow the country to be divided by two individuals who are just focused at retaining and gaining power at the detriment of Kenyans and their peace," said Salat.
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"Kenyans must be wise and vote KANU back to power if we want to hold the country together after 2017," he added.
Salat spoke Thursday in Nakuru when he led KANU central Rift delegates in a meeting where they agreed to start grassroot campaigns to sensitise people against the Jubilee party.
Salat said that KANU will prove its might and power when it takes the Jericho Senatorial seat in the upcoming by-election.
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