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MP Kathambi: Politics to blame for Likia clashes

Addressing a security meeting at Witemere in Likia, the MP said politicians were even slaughtering animals for youth to feed before heading to fight neighbouring communities.

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MPs Charity Kathambi of Njoro and her Narok North counterpart Moitalel Ole Kenta at the peace meeting. Photo/CGN

The perennial inter-community clashes at the border of Nakuru and Naruku Counties in Njoro sub-county has a political hand in it, a Member of Parliament has stated.

Njoro MP Charity Kathambi now says some politicians were fanning violence to balkanize votes ahead of the 2022 elections.

Addressing a security meeting at Witemere in Likia, the MP said politicians were even slaughtering animals for youth to feed before heading to fight neighbouring communities.

Ethnic clashes pitting and Maasai and Kalenjin communities on the border of Narok and Nakuru counties at Njoro and Kuresoi South sub-counties has left at least 10 dead and scores injured in the last few months.

“I better lose the Njoro parliamentary seat and we have peace. If a politician is using you, ask yourself where his children are,” she stated affirming her commitment to finding lasting peace in the region.

Her sentiments were echoed by her Narok North counterpart Moitalel Ole Kenta who called on the communities in the area to uphold peace for development.

“Security teams should arrest all politicians using innocent locals to enrich their political interests,” Mr Ole Kenta stated.

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Njoro MP Kathambi outshines competitors to clinch UDA ticket

Kathambi emerged winner with 18,340 votes against his competitor John Kaniaru who managed 3,455 votes.

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A poster of Njoro MP Charity Kathambi's message to residents.PHOTO/Courtesy.
Njoro Member of Parliament Charity Kathambi on Thursday clinched UDA ticket in party primaries after outshining her male competitors.
Kathambi emerged winner with 18,340 votes against her competitor John Kaniaru who managed 3,455 votes.
Kinyanjui Mwamba came 3rd with 2,933 votes followed by
Njogu wa Njoroge who got  1,588 votes.
Addressing journalists, Kathambi lauded Njoro residents for having confidence in her.
The award winning peace ambassador was categorical that her strategy in uniting all residents by preaching peace and ensuring equality in development in the area was key to her success.
She expressed hope of clinching the seat come August 9 polls to continue with development agenda for the people of Njoro.
“I want to thank the people of Njoro for their faith in me.It has not been easy for female politicians but I thank God that we had peaceful campaigns and I emerged the winner” she said.

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MP Kathambi roots for peaceful co-existence ahead of polls

Kathambi who has declared to defend her seat on UDA party ticket, was speaking during engagement meeting with youth and bodaboda operators in Likia and Mauche.

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Njoro Member of Parliament Charity Kathambi addressing bodaboda operators.PHOTO/Kathambi Facebook page.

Njoro Member of Parliament Charity Kathambi has called for peaceful co-existence in Njoro ahead of August polls.

She says Njoro is a cosmopolitan constituency hence need for peace to prevail.

The vocal Nakuru MP added that the focus should be on hard work to lift livelihoods.

She warned those trying to cause division among locals to keep off.

“We should not attempt to retreat to ethnic political formations that will erode our peace and development agenda” stated Kathambi.

She reiterated that the constituency can only develop if there is unity of purpose.

Kathambi who has declared to defend her seat on UDA party ticket, was speaking during engagement meeting with youth and bodaboda operators in Likia and Mauche.

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Three die in a road accident hours after cultural initiation ceremony

The youths had yesterday spent the day in a cultural function conducted at Kahiriga Shrine where they were handed back to their parents after 12 successful days and they were in a journey back to their homes.

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Police vehicle at a past scene of crime.PHOTO/DCI.

Three initiates from Kahiriga Kikuyu cultural shrines have died tonight and several others left with serious injuries after a car they were travelling in rolled several times at Davision Area along the Njoro – Mau Narok road.

According to eyewitnesses the car they were travelling in is suspected to have veered off the road and rolled severally causing the deaths.

The youths had yesterday spent the day in a cultural function conducted at Kahiriga Shrine where they were handed back to their parents after 12 successful days and they were in a journey back to their homes.

 

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