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Kenya: former Attorney General should shut up

You Missed This thinks the former Kenya's Attorney General, Charles Njonjo, should shut up!: “This was the kind of behaviour going on in Kenya when Charles Njonjo was the powerful AG and a member of Kenyatta’s kitchen cabinet. Njonjo more than anybody else promoted the propaganda politics against the Luo community that promoted tribalism and kept Raila Odinga’s father, the late jaramogi Oginga Odinga from making a political come back shortly after the death of Kenyatta.”

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  • the thing that happened when Njonjo was AG sould no he the case is separating the luo and the kikuyu comminity as whole,every boby as two ming and all of them dont operate at the sametimeand years ,the fact that he fueled the hatred betwwen the commminity during the mios erra des not mean he can support raila fr his presidecy bid and fot that case njonjo is a treu kenya that stand for change.give the supprt to the man of yu chiece and let stp the idea of ukabila nachuki amngst kenyans

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