By John Majau
He said it is ill-advised for a particular community to revenge against another, noting that the move does not solve problems.
Dr Kibunjia (pictured) spoke during a peace meeting between Meru and Borana communities at Meru National Park, Kinna headquarters, at the weekend. Cattle rustlers suspected to be from the Borana community killed eight herders from Meru community recently. He noted failure to amicably resolve animosity and tensions among warring groups leads to unnecessary loss of life, property and time.
He called on Kenyans to break tribal barriers as the country prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary since it acquired independence.
“It is a shame that innocent people continue to die due to tribalism even after NCIC was established,” said Kibunjia. He regretted that Kenyans were still living like strangers in their own land due to tribalism and it was unfortunate that some communities cannot transact business with others due to mistrust and lack of respect.
He cautioned politicians against politicising security issues to allow Kenyans co-exist. “Kenyans should concentrate on development issues instead of wasting time fighting each