Former US President Barrack Obama's sister Auma Obama has sent yet another message to Kenyans ahead of next week's repeat presidential election.
Auma condemned the recent police brutality and killings meted on opposition National Super Alliance (NASA) during anti-IEBC demonstrations.
She also challenged Kenyans to stop being incited by politicians against each other based on their ethnicity, saying that they only do so to achieve their interests.
Auma particularly made reference to Tuesday's raid at billionaire businessman Jimmy wanjigi’s palatial residence in Muthaiga area, that saw opposition chief Raila Odinga come to his rescue.
Ms Obama noted that while Raila, (a Luo) went ahead to protect Wanjigi ( a Kikuyu) to an extent of spending the night at his house.
"Luo stays at Kikuyu resident to protect a Kikuyu from Kikuyus,” Auma said on Twitter.
The ‘Then Life Happens’ Author said that Kenyans should take time and digest Raila's move before hating each on the basis of tribe.
”This is surely food for thought. Think KENYAN!!!” she added.
Auma has been on the forefront in recent weeks urging Kenyans to unite and build the country instead of fighting each other.
On Wednesday, Wanjigi declared his unwavering support for the NASA leader.