The majority leader Honorable Aden Duale is one among the leaders were present at the Pastoralists Leadership Summit 2019 being held in Garissa County.
In the summit, the main topics discussed is how to improve pastoralism in Garissa County.
From the main discussion of the summit, the majority leader Aden Duale expressed concerns and made it clear that merging of pastoralist areas won’t be accepted.
The majority leader made this confession holding that the decision of merging pastoralist areas might cause disagreement among residents.
“We will not accept any single ward, constituency or county in the pastoralist areas to be merged in the coming boundary review exercise. The exercise risks being divisive if not carried carefully,” he affirmed in a statement shared on his social media.
Honorable Aden Duale shows concern about the merging of the pastoralist areas as he says that if the exercise is carried wrongly, it might result in people crossing each other roughly.
This was after the deputy president William Ruto had opened the summit, encouraging the pastoralists to pass the knowledge to their children so that they can keep on with the practice.