RESIDENTS of Trans Mara Residents should re-elect Narok Governor Samuel Tunai in 2017, former Internal Security minister Julius Sunkuli has said.
Speaking at his South West Hotel in Kilgoris town on Sunday, he said Tunai has residents’ interests at heart.
“Let us be honest, all the leaders who are opposed to Tunai’s leadership are doing so because he comes from a small Maasai clan in Trans Mara region,” Sunkuli said.
“He is not from the largest Maasai clan in Narok, which those criticising him believe deserves to lead.”
Sunkuli, a former critic of the governor, defended his political history, saying no one is an angel.
He apologised for any mistakes he may have made.
The former minister said he will announce the position he will vie for before the end of the year.
Narok County leading online newspaper.
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