Diaspora and Foreign Affairs CS Alfred Mutua has decried disrespect among Ukambani Kenya Kwanza leaders.
Speaking during a Thanksgiving service in Machakos, Mutua said Kenyans have a habit of pulling each down and they needed prayers.
“We have been pulling each other down for long. Clergy say that we have a problem in Kenya but here in Ukambani we also have a problem. We have been having hatred and jealousy for long.” Mutua said.
“If we won’t unite, we will not be able to bring you the fruits we are getting from National Government. People should stop disrespecting others, President Ruto you were disrespected and today you are president. We want inclusiveness. Disrespect hurts when it comes from Kenya Kwanza, we should be pulling to one side and fighting the enemy. Clergy continue praying for us.” He added.
Mutua had been left out of the program among those who were to speak and it took Machakos Governor Wavinya Ndeti to call him to speak.
Mauvoo News last week reported that 2 factions had emerged among Ukambani Kenya Kwanza leaders. One faction is led by Mwala MP Eng. Vincent Musyoka and comprises of UDA leaders, the second faction is led by Dr. Alfred Mutua and has Cabinet secretaries, Chap chap leaders, independents, and those from other parties.
The differences played during the planning of the Thanksgiving service with both factions claiming to have blessings from statehouse and seeking to be in control. Missed the story? check it out below;