Poll: Kenyans wary of tribal groupings
16 May 2012, 14:39
Nairobi - According to new research by Strategic Africa reveals that a majority of Kenyans are opposed to the re-emergence of ethnic based alliances ahead of the General Elections.
Daily Nation reports that 62 percent of Kenyans are against the revival of the Gema and Kamatusa tribal groupings associated with Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and Eldoret North MP William Ruto respectively.
Caesar Handa, the pollster’s chief executive said that those opposed to the tribal groupings cited various reasons including the fact that they will bring disunity, tension and violence to the country ahead of the elections.
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