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North Rift resident asked to ignore inciting political utterances

North Rift residents have been advised to ignore utterances from politicians and coexist peacefully.

Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi said the utterances by the political class should not bother the ordinary mwanachi in the region as they made a vow that never again will the region experience chaos because of politicians.

“Don’t be bothered by what the politicians say. As people from the North Rift, we shall resist any attempts from any quarters to create disharmony between the various communities residing in the region,” said Sudi during a press briefing at his Kapseret home.

The MP who was accompanied by his Keiyo south counterpart Daniel Rono further said they were not opposed to the building bridges initiative (BBI), but want contentious areas addressed so that all Kenyans support the document.

The two leaders called on Kenyans to continue praying for the country to continue enjoying peace, saying the harmony that has continued to be enjoyed should not be taken for granted.

At the same, the two MPs declared that they have decamped from the Jubilee party with Rono saying he was in the process of writing officially to the party over the same.

Sudi also said he had written to Jubilee party to let the party know that his monthly contribution to it will now be directed to the united democratic alliance (UDA) party that is associated with Deputy President William Ruto.

by Kiptanui Cherono

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