President William Ruto has said he will work with all elected leaders to serve Kenyans since that’s their obligation and his to bring all citizens together.
The president further said there will be no boundaries in the Government’s quest to make Kenya a better country for all.
As he emphasized that for far too long, Kenya has been held hostage by merchants of political blackmail, ethnic politics and personality cults.
“But this has been overtaken by our fresh and people-centred politics. That is how we can develop the country together,” said President William Ruto.
This was his speech on Sunday during an interdenominational church service at the Nakuru Athletics Club in Nakuru County in the company of fellow leaders.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi, Cabinet Secretaries, Governors, Principal Secretaries, MPs, MCAs, among other leaders were present.
It is time “we unchained ourselves from stale politics” to unleash the potential of the country
The President urged on the essence of unity, “we unchained ourselves from stale politics” to unleash the country’s potential.
Mr Gachagua said despite the [many] tribulations that they faced in the hands of the past regime, they will not revenge.He noted that Police Service is professional and independent as is their duty to serve all the Kenyans in their daily lives.
“The police will continue discharging its mandate in accordance with the law. We will not engage them in political assignments,” he pointed out.
Mr Mudavadi also attending said that the Government was focused on uniting and changing the lives of millions of Kenyans. Remarking that all the Kenyans will be served with fairness “because we are a maturing economy”
Moreover asking the former President Uhuru Kenyatta to retire in peace in response to the alliance between the former president and ODM head Raila Odinga.
“You transited and you cannot engage in a reverse gear. Do not try to divert us and force us to go off the track. You must allow your successors to serve Kenyans,” he said.
Council of Governors Chairman Ann Waiguru and her Nakuru counterpart Susan Kihika pointed out that Governors — their political disposition notwithstanding — will keep working with the National Government “for swift transformation of our country”.