26 November 2012
Kenya: I'm Not Divisive, Says Njenga
By Wanjohi Gakio
Former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga has dismissed claims that he wants to divide the Mt Kenya region votes in the general election.
He said he is still in the race for presidency and is not being used by any politician to divide the votes. Maina said it is wrong to thinks that Kenyans will only vote for a candidate from their community.
He said it is the right of every Kenyan to vote for any leader they feel is fit for the presidency. He said that the electorate should not be forced to join a particular party.
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