Presidential aspirants have been cautioned against polarizing the country along tribal lines ahead of 2022.
Cherengany MP Joshua Kutuny made the appeal on Saturday when he addressed farmers at Kapsara Tea Factory at an event presided over by Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya.
Kutuny expressed regret over what he termed as divisive and incitement language currently being used by some presidential hopefuls.
“We passionately appeal to politicians eyeing the presidency in the 2022 General Election to desist from dividing Kenyan voters along the haves and have nots as well as tribal lines,” said Kutuny.
He instead asked the aspirants to sell their manifestos and development agenda.