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Governor Korane denies favouring certain clans in Garissa

Benard Ramoka
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Governor Korane gives water to camels in Balambala on Sunday. [Source/Ali Korane]

Garissa Governor Ali Korane has urged clan elders in the county to champion peace among their members.

While inspecting development projects in Balambala Constituency on Sunday, Korane noted the need for clans to co-exist peacefully.

The Jubilee governor stated that there is no clan that is superior to the other as some people have been propagating.

Korane urged clans to share resources and work together for development.

“There is no one who is superior to the other and we must co-exist peacefully as Garissa residents and Kenyans,” he said.

Korane indicated that his government does not favour or discriminate particular clans.

He said that his administration is working with all clans to realise development and unity of the county.

The Garissa County boss said that unity is one of his top development agenda.

He pledged to deliver the development promises he made to residents.

Korane also urged elected leaders in the county to shun propaganda and support his government on development matters.


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