Moi condemns tribal politics
By Karanja Njoroge
Former President Moi has said Kenyans should not expect a good constitution from current leaders.
He said the politics being practised by leaders can only deliver "a tribal constitution".
The former Head of State addressed peace rallies in Kabartonjo and Kipsaraman in Baringo North District. He warned residents against joining ethnic based political parties, saying they are a threat to stability.
"Besides Kanu, the country does not have a party which enjoys support from all corners of the country," Moi said.
He said democracy cannot thrive under such parties as they end up raising political tensions and creating hatred among communities.
He said Kenyans should learn from post-election violence and stop engaging in destructive politics.
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