Deputy President William Ruto says Kenyans need not to be anxious about the ongoing political events in the country and focus on development.
Speaking at Enchorro Emuny PCEA church in Ngong, the Deputy President said the government chose to work with the opposition to enhance service delivery and development.
Ruto was at Enchorro Emuny PCEA in Ngong for a church service where he sought to explain recent re-organization in the government which pundits have argued might be detrimental to deputy president’s powers.
Ruto saying the move to accommodate the opposition in the government is aimed at enhancing development across the nation.
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The Deputy President said leaders should embrace politics founded on issues of development.
Leaders accompanying him committed to support the handshake between the President and opposition leader Raila Odinga for the sake of country’s stability.
Speaking separately, a section of leaders from Central Kenya dismissed claims that the Deputy President is being sidelined ahead of 2022.
And as Kenyans prepare for national census exercise scheduled for august this year, political leaders are active mobilizing their electorate to participate in the process.
Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri accompanied by elected leaders from his home county of Laikipia, called on residents working outside the County to retreat home during the oncoming census exercise.
Similar sentiments were made in Nyeri, where ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi called for use of biometrics during the exercise.
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