Apologize or don’t set foot here! Rift Valley tells UHURU and RAILA after spat in a burial

... should not set foot in Rift Valley again.

According to Lonyangapuo, the incident was embarrassing and worth an apology to Kenyans.

“Kenyans deserve an apology from their leaders who have decided to wash their dirty laundry in public,” Lonyangapuo said.

“It was disappointing to see such an incident take place and it was in front of the nation at the funeral of a public servant.”

“That is wrong,” he added.


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  1. In common law, we look at how the spatting started and how it progressed. Aggression is unacceptable both for initiator and the respondent. However, the two wrongs can not be equated at 1-4-1. Raila bears the larger of the error and should own up. President Uhuru's reaction could technically have been delayed to an opportune moment, yes. But the risk of doing this, is tha scar left on his person would not have healed unless if the would was treated on spot & immediately. The senator from Pokot should have taken cue from senator Ntutu's wisdom. He gave assurance the community would after 3 weeks convene a leadership meeting to deliberate on their issues. The Pokot senetor therefore has no mandate to talk for the Masai community. CS Nkaiseri was very spot on is saying this community has its leaders with capability and doesn't require externals to talk for them. In any case, Rift Valley is bigger than Pokot and banning anyone from setting foot there is total nonesense.

  2. Anonymous 16 September 2016 @ 11:40,Respect baba,Ntimama was his supporter and he could not let any one claim that Ntimama had supported any other person.Baba is always right yet Kikuyu's and Kalenjin's don't use their brains.

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