Baringo Senator Gideon Moi yesterday warned jubilee party leaders led by Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen to desist from divisive politics in one of their first clash at a function. Mr. Moi who shared podium with the Jubilee leaders in Bartolimo, Baringo County said the country is in dire need of sober leaders and not those
Baringo Senator Gideon Moi yesterday warned jubilee party leaders led by Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen to desist from divisive politics in one of their first clash at a function.
Mr. Moi who shared podium with the Jubilee leaders in Bartolimo, Baringo County said the country is in dire need of sober leaders and not those propagating hate and policies which do not go in line with promises they made in 2013.
Senator Moi told off Elgeyo Marakwet Senator to respect all leaders and avoid reckless speeches which he said if he continues would polarize the country ahead of 2017 polls.
Mr. Moi who was speaking on sidelines of sharp criticism from William Ruto through him advised Murkomen to speak privy to his mind.
‘’I want to tell you Murkomen that there is no other person who knows my father better than me. Leaders of higher faction like you should not apply false pretense in maligning the name of the retired President Daniel Toroitich Moi in the name of gaining political favor ,’’ said the Baringo Senator.
Moi slammed on jubilee leadership over rampant corruption, which has staggered development plans in the country.
KANU Secretary General Nick Salat his counterpart Emurua Dikkir legislator Johanna Ng’eno and Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto used the platform to criticize jubilee leadership, claiming it was at stake.
They decried on rampant corruption in the country and health crisis, which has been witnessed in Kenyan hospitals.
Former Inspector General of Police Mr. David Kimaiyo asked the leaders to advocate peace in the country saying it is time for leaders to engage in talks geared towards peace rather than exchange of words which he said, were meaningless to the people of this country.
Senator Murkomen at the fundraiser told the locals that the jubilee government will deliver all the promises they made during the 2013 campaigns.
Mr. Murkomen who was accompanied by a section of Jubilee senators and legislators said Jubilee will not bow down to KANU sentiments.
He said KANU outdated policies should not be subscribed by Jubilee in this era and alleged that it will not allow such party strategies override them.