Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi has vowed to ensure that Kenyans remain united ahead of 2022 polls.
Speaking during the burial ceremony of Joseph Karibiu in Yamumbi on Friday, Sudi said they will not allow anyone to divide the two tribes based on political or tribal affiliations.
“I want to assure you that I have talked to Langas MCA Francis Muya, Huruma counterpart Peter Chomba and agreed that whatever 2022 presidential outcome is, there will be peace and no one will go away,” said the Kapseret legislator.
Sudi warned politicians driving a wedge between tribes saying they will not succeed because Kenya is bigger than anyone else.
“The way President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto united us in 2013; even if they retire from active politics, no Kikuyu will run away from Uasin Gishu because of politics,” added the second term Jubilee legislator.
Sudi spoke at a time when Uhuru and Raila Odinga are calling on Kenyans to ignore political affiliations and unite.
DP Ruto has on a number of occasions asked Kenyans to come together for the common good of the country. Ruto has been categorical saying that politics should not in any way divide Kenyans