Machakos Governor Dr Alfred Mutua is slowly establishing his strong base ahead of 2022 Presidential elections.
Governor Mutua who has been using different platforms to advance his Presidential bid, is now pushing for a whole inclusive leadership.
Dr Alfred Mutua has stated that other communities who have been in positions of leadership should step aside and give other communities a chance to also lead the country.
“We should celebrate our ethnic diversity by giving a chance to all communities to lead our great country, Kenya. This change will automatically remove the tribal quagmire that has dogged us since independence nearly 60 years ago,” Mutua stated.
We should celebrate our ethnic diversity by giving a chance to all communities to lead our great country, Kenya. This change will automatically remove the tribal quagmire that has dogged us since independence nearly 60 years ago. pic.twitter.com/ucMYiTspg0
— Dr. Alfred Mutua (@DrAlfredMutua) June 10, 2019
Machakos Governor is pushing for fairness in leadership of the country. Mutua has since argued that those who have been in power should allow other tribes to also exploit their wisdom.
“Fairness decrees that those who have had the grand opportunity to preside over our country be comfortable with others doing the same. And I know most of them are able to see the wisdom in this.
The next national elections needs to send the message that Kenyan top leadership is not just for one or two or three ethnic communities but any person from any community can lead Kenya,” Dr Mutua added.
This message by Governor Alfred Mutua is with no doubt being passed to Mt. Kenya and Rift Valley leaders who have had the opportunity to enjoy the top most seat in the country. The three President Kenya has had have come from these regions with Mt. Kenya region dominating.
Governor Mutua is silently telling leaders from those regions to support other communities to at least have that opportunity of leading the state.
Dr Alfred Mutua has reiterated that new leadership will lead the nation to new levels of development.
“To be able to move Kenya to the next level, where it does not matter where you were born or what your mother tongue is, a clear foundation of inclusion in governance must be established. The next national elections needs to be the turning point,” retorted Governor Mutua.
This call by Dr Alfred comes as Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka and Baringo Senator Gideon Moi hinted of a coalition a head of 2022 elections.
Dr Alfred Mutua and other Ukambani Governors are opposed to Kalonzo Musyoka’s presidency. They have once called for his retirement from National Politics.
But Kalonzo is not ready to say goodbye to National politics.