- Mutahi Ngunyi said that the Luo Nation should be allowed to secede and join Uganda
- This comes after Homa Bay Town MP Peter Kaluma handed over his draft bill to IEBC seeking the secession of 40 out of 47 Counties
Most Kenyans on social media did not take
kindly what controversial political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi said that the Luo
Nation should be allowed to secede and join Uganda.
“The Luo nation should be allowed to secede and Join Uganda. Maybe President Museveni will be more tolerant than President Uhuru,” he posted.
The LUO NATION should be allowed to SECEDE and Join UGANDA. Maybe Museveni will be MORE TOLERANT than UHURU. My 73rd Column. https://t.co/e2Yc447WoYNovember 13, 2017
This comes after Homa Bay Town MP Peter Kaluma handed over his draft bill to Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) seeking the secession of 40 out of 47 Counties.
The bill states that all other counties should separate from Nyeri, Murang’a, Kiambu, Kirinyaga, Nyandarua, Embu, and Tharaka-Nithi. This 7 Counties make up the Mt. Kenya region.
“The objective of the Bill is to amend the Constitution to split to allow for the creation of a new state to give effect to the aspirations of the people of Kenya,” said Kaluma.
Mutahi Ngunyi who seems to support the secession move, got a lot of criticism from Kenyans after his remarks on the Luo people. This is what some of the people had to say;
Its never about Raila kid .. Its about change, its never about luos kid, ...its about Kenyans for change...— Delta (@DeltizoFela) November 13, 2017
Dear Mutahi Ngunyi,one fine cold morning reality of change will come direct to your doorstep.Kikuyus will be far,very far from the Kenyan presidency for quiet long time,and it will make you age very very fast however old you will be.Good evening. pic.twitter.com/zIAi3kvamjSee Also: You're obsessed with 'Baba', NASA fans scold Mutahi Ngunyi after he accuses Raila of using Safaricom line— stanleykhayo (@KhayoStanley) November 13, 2017
????????????a president? You reasoning like you need A LESSON in simple English construction before we talk about Raila.— Godfrey Babu (@lastbone) November 13, 2017
Present some evidence of the claim you now make. We can then move on to understand how come they move the cash abroad but miserably fail at home.— Dictator Watch (@Citizen_Alert1) November 13, 2017
that's nonsense of thinking that you own is the reason we want away to prove that we can exist without you people— Charlz Juma (@charlz_juma) November 13, 2017
And only time will tell,coz you are proving nothing.no one has ever been restricted to prove his worth,only that you have no ambitions— Charles Canary (@charles_canary) November 13, 2017
Have you just landed In the country?... Ask for refund of your geography lessons yu didn't get anything... Such a disappointment!!— MUGO 1© (@maina_mugo) November 13, 2017
Your obsession with the Luo nation is not news, look for something else to say— Jason Owigo (@JasonOwigo3) November 13, 2017
You no longer make sense. At least look for other Nouns to use in your sentences other than Luos and Raila
You are loosing it completely.— HEZZY (@HEZANTO) November 13, 2017
If the professor can tweet like this where are we heading as a country? We are doomed if we depend on people like this to give us a voice of reason!— francis wambua (@franciswambua20) November 13, 2017
Really now! its not only the Luo nation,you are forgetting the 12million who didn't vote#Resist— gaudencia rengo (@gaudenciarengo) November 13, 2017
If we ever leave, we will stand on our own not join anybody— odindo otieno (@GilbertNicholar) November 13, 2017
Secession is not about the luo nation but for the 40 tribes who feel that their right to choose good leaders is not respected. If you thought so, then am sorry think again about it.— Aseno Churchil (@Aseno_churchil) November 13, 2017
Your argument is pathetic. What happens in a corrupt marginalized banana republic is secession. When some part of the community decide to rule forever then be ready to witness ultimate secession. A few years ago Sudan & Yugoslavia were intact. Today...? Open your eyes— Saxo™ Movich (@saxopolis) November 13, 2017
prof secession means independence not joining another country! your hate for LUO NATION seems to be getting the better part of your thinking! your hair wont stop to grow if you become objective just once!— Otis (@otissellys) November 13, 2017