Sober up and save Kenya, Mudavadi tells Uhuru, Raila
31 May 2016, 08:39
Nakuru - ANC leader, Musalia Mudavadi has challenged President Uhuru Kenyatta and CORD leader Raila Odinga to sober up and save the nation from the looming bloodshed.
Mudavadi said that the country is lacking true leadership from both the President and the opposition leader.
He accused Uhuru and Raila of personalising leadership and being too selfish.
"Kenyan leadership has been personalised by both the President and the opposition leader and that is why we are undergoing crisis after crisis," said Mudavadi.
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"Leadership has been turned into a Raila versus Uhuru affair and that is taking Kenya the wrong way because if something is not done we might see worse things happening," he added.
Mudavadi said the country is getting divided day by day and Kenyans are seeing each other as enemies rather than brothers and sisters.
"Uhuru and Raila must sober up and offer true leadership to this nation. They must stop being personal and save Kenya from burning.
"Kenya is bigger and important than any individual, tribe or political party and these two leaders must realise that and stop creating unnecessary tensions because that is what is tearing the country apart," he said.
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