''YOU CAN GO TO SOMALIA or LIBYA'' The Government Tells Aggrieved NASA supporters who wants Kenya Divided into two.

The Government has today broken its silence on a petition by National Super Alliance (NASA) advisor David Ndii calling for the division of Kenya into two countries.

Government Spokesman Eric Kiraithe, while addressing the media, noted that such calls should be dismissed and all aggrieved politicians can "as well go to Somalia or Libya".
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"As for entitlement to your ideas are concerned you can even migrate and go to Somalia a country where we have as many states as the competing Leaders," Kiraithe stated.

 He further noted that countries and nations should be respected as they are not about individuals and leaders. "I urge all of you to put your country first, " he stated.
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In the petition, Ndii stated that for the past 54 years of Kenya's independence, the country has consistently been ruled by two communities yet it is a country with 44 tribes.

The renowned economist expresses that successive Kenyan governments have perpetuated a culture of impunity through rigged elections that deny Kenyans from other tribes the ability to self-determine and even grow economically.
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"In the wake of a rigged 2017 election and the subsequent killings and fact ethnic cleansing taking place in the country, it is time we charted our own course as people who believe in change," the petitioner noted.

In the draft petition, Ndii singles out regions such as Nyanza, Western, Turkana and the Coast region as areas which should be separated from Central, Nairobi and Rift Valley. The petitioner further noted that the draft would be lodged at the Africa Human Rights Commission in Banjul, Gambia.
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