Myot Council of Elders patron Mjr (Rtd) John Seii addressing the press in Eldoret town on Friday, January 26, 2018. [Photo/Elvanis Ronoh] 

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Uasin Gishu Kalenjin and Kikuyu elders have condemned the recent utterances by the Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka that Kenya will go the South Sudan or Somalia way if President Kenyatta does not agree to dialogue with the opposition.

They said the former vice-president's comments could plunge the country into violence.

“We want to condemn his utterances in the strongest terms possible. Why is he comparing Kenya to Sudan or Somalia? Is there something they are planning?” said Uasin Gishu Kikuyu spokesman Samuel Kamunu Wa Kabari.

“We did not expect such words to come from a leader of his caliber, shame on him. If he wants to go to Somalia or Sudan he should go alone because Kenyans we want peace and we won't want such self-centered leaders to take us back to 2007,”  said Myot Council of Elders patron Mjr (Rtd) John Seii.

They urged Kenyans to maintain peace and avoid being divided by self-centered politicians.