“The Luhya Community Is Confused.They are only Unified During Funerals.”-Celebrated Lawyer Says.

Luhya Politicians

After lack of Unity with the luhya Politicians, people are asking if the idea was too far fetched to begin with given the simplistic nature of how the community conducts its politics.

Musalia Mudavadi, Ford Kenya’s Moses Wetang’ula and Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya have all shown their interest in the Presidency.

Muaslia Mudavadi

Celebrated lawyer Donald Kipkorir asked: “Is there anything else that brings Luhya Nation & its Leaders together other than funerals? How can Death be an ideology? Why can’t their Sugar Economy which is in the hands of tiny Cartel bring them together? Luhya can be our Mauritius but they rather celebrate Death than Life.”

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Lawyer Donald B Kipkorir.

The recent sacking of Rashid Echesa as cabinet secretary for Sports has threw the Tanga tanga allied Western Kenya wing off guard. Echesa sacking has been touted in some quarters as an affront to the community’s dignity; political leaders are now grappling with divided loyalties as the clock fast ticks towards Uhuru Kenyatta’s succession.

Former CS Sports,Rashid Echesa

A staunch Ruto ally, Mumias East MP Benjamin Washiali, came out strongly to voice the community’s concern over Echesa’s sacking and warned that Luhyas would reconsider their support for Jubilee.

ANC party is in deep leadership problems following the unorthodox attempts to remove nominated MP Godfrey Osotsi from the Secretary General position and replacement with publisher Barrack Muluka.

Barrack Muluka.

Wetang’ula and Oparanya yesterday said some MPs are trying to prevent them running for the Presidency.

Wycliffe Oparanya

Moses Wetangula however said that Unity is not an option, but a must. It must be unity of purpose to ensure the community has a driver who has fuel and knows the destination

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