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Let not Politics divide us: Mary Wambui

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    Political activist Mary Wambui - the woman widely believed to be President Mwai Kibaki's second wife today reappered in public and asked Kenyans not be divided by politics saying "we will remain neighbours to each other even after elections."

    Wambui who was speaking in the graduation ceremony of 270 hairdressing graduates from Pivot Point college at Charter hall, further appealed to youths to concentrate on their professions sayings, "politicians will use you and after the elections they will be gone like they always do after every five years."

    "Don't argue or fight with your neighbour because of politics it has a season and it will soon be gone," said Wambui.

    She also took issue with a section of unnamed politicians (Read ODM) for signing Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with a section of religious leaders arguing, "such moves are grounds for religious animosity."
     
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