Monday, March 13, 2023 –Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja now wants President William Ruto to shake off hardliners and make peace with the opposition.
Addressing this matter on Sunday March 12 afternoon after attending a church service in Roysambu Nairobi, the city governor fell short of naming the persons who are not happy to see the President meet with the opposition for talks.
He clarified that, though, the head of State is willing to listen to other side, he is being stopped by naysayers around him.
“There are other leaders who are trying to become hardliners, to tell the president not to reach out.
“Kenya Kwanza’s politics and leadership is that of inclusion and I know that is what the President stands for despite being surrounded by people who are afraid of unity,” Sakaja indicated.
Despite maintaining that nobody would want a replica of Handshake, the Governor declared that it was time to make the ‘hard’ decisions for the sake of this country.
“No one wants a handshake but you must acknowledge all leaders and hear what are their legitimate concerns. This country is bigger than any one person,” Mr. Sakaja added.
The United Democratic Alliance UDA politician mentioned that traders around Nairobi are already fearing for chaos which may arise from political tension from the main two political rivals.
But even as he was making this plea to the president, Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, on the other hand, was busy firing shots at the opposition team.
“I will start camping at the Statehouse so that this Kitendawili man cannot confuse our president,” Gachagua stated.
According to Mr. Gachagua, President William Ruto and Raila Odinga should not come together because this may derail development agenda.
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