Wiper party leader Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka today visited retired President Daniel arap Moi at his Kabarak home in Nakuru County.
The two leaders discussed various issues including Musyoka’s role in the South Sudan peace process.
“I wish you well in your new role of midwifing a sustainable peace deal in South Sudan,” the former President told Mr Musyoka.
Mr Musyoka briefed his former boss on the new role and promised to keep him informed on the peace process.
At the same time the former President called on all leaders in the country to pursue peace and unity. He challenged leaders to focus attention on the less fortunate members in society and shun differences arising from competition for power and positions.
“Above all, trust God in everything you do and seek His guidance,” he said.
Addressing the media after the visit, Mr Musyoka thanked God for Mzee Moi’s good health. He urged Kenyans to keep praying for the former President.
Mr Musyoka was accompanied in the visit by senators Mutula Kilonzo Jnr of Makueni and Enoch Wambua of Kitui and EALA Member of Parliament Kennedy Musyoka. At hand to receive the Musyoka delegation were Senator Gideon Moi and MPs William Kamket, Memusi Kanchori.