Leaders Emphasize On The Need Of Unity

By Caren Jeptoo

Speaking at the Akorino Annual Prayer conference in Nakuru yesterday, President William Ruto assured Kenyans that he would not allow tribal politics to flourish under his watch.

The President highlighted the importance of Kenya’s role in promoting peace in the countries that are in conflict.

His Excellency urged leaders to embrace unity and not to divide Kenyans.

“I want to plead with my fellow leaders not to divide Kenyans. We must unite our people for the sake of peace and development,” the President said.

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, who was also present at the event emphasized the significance of national unity and pointed out how disunity in Kenya affects the whole nation.

The deputy president expressed his unwavering support for President Ruto.

He underscored his role in assisting the President in managing national affairs and supporting the economic transformation from the background.

“My work is to assist you in the management of the affairs of the country. As you champion the economic transformation of the country, I help you from the background,” DP Gachagua expressed.

Nakuru Governor Susan Kihika stressed on the importance of unity among leaders for effective service delivery and national development, highlighting that disunity hinders progress.

The Nakuru governor also added that they do not want disunity and that they want a united country and a united people.

Tharaka-Nithi Governor Muthomi Njuki echoed these sentiments and called for unity among leaders for the sake of peace and development.

He advocated for revenue sharing that is equitable and good for the entire nation.