Orengo said leaders were guilty of championing national unity only in talk but retreating to their regional cocoons afterwards.
“We are very good Kenyans during weddings and in burials but after that we move back to view others from the point of their ethnic base,” said Orengo.
Kalonzo said working towards a united nation would be a great tribute to both Ojode and former Minister George Saitoti.
“We must decide to be one nation and one people. I would hate a situation where we have a Kisumu Kenya, Kiambu Kenya, Kitui Kenya and Mombasa Kenya,” said Kalonzo.