President Uhuru Kenyatta told CORD leader Raila Odinga to keep off from the Jubilee party and instead work on his coalition politics till they meet 2017.
President kenyatta was speaking during final send off of the late William Ole Ntimama at his home in Narok County
“On Jubilee party I want to tell my brother to leave my house alone, we know where we are going, take care of your Coalition,” said the President.
Condoling with the mourners, President Kenyatta described Ntimama as a hero who fought for the rights of the Maa community and pastoralists in general.
“He was always at the forefront in championing the rights of his people,” said the President.
The President dismissed as foolishness the idea of community unity without development saying the only way of escaping poverty is through economic empowerment.
He assured the widow, Mama Dorcas Ntimama and the whole family of his personal and government support during ‘this difficult moment’.
Retired President Daniel arap Moi described Ntimama as a great leader who vigorously fought for the dignity of the Africans by passionately pursuing the rights of marginalized communities.