Ngunjiri calls on political leaders to shun divisive politics that may derail peace

Bahati MP Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri has called on political leaders to shun divisive utterances that may derail the good working relation between President Uhuru Kenyatta, Deputy President William Ruto and Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.

Speaking on Monday at his home in Bahati when he met over 50 religious leaders from the Kenya Assemblies of God, the vocal legislator while commending the new development where the trio has shown interest to work towards bettering lives of Kenyans said all politicians should emulate the same and focus on development and unity of the people.While stating that Kenyans had waited for the unity between the trio, he also called on a section of Central MPs to shun sideshows but rather focus on the government’s big 4 agenda.

“We should not accept anything that will divide us. Our focus should be on development and let us support President Kenyatta, his deputy Ruto and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga in their move to unite the nation” said Ngunjiri.

On politics of succession the legislator said as rift valley leaders they will drum support for Deputy President William Ruto come 2022.

He said leaders are known by their deeds and the DP has shown such.

“Leaders are known by their deeds and our Deputy President has shown that and he deserves support come 2022”said Ngunjiri.

Church leaders who attended the meeting at MP Ngunjiri’s home led by Rev.Peter Kabiru vowed to continue praying of the nation.

They said the church has a cardinal role to play for the nation so as peace and development can be realized.

“We will continue praying for this nation so that we can experience and hence development” said Rev.Peter.

President Uhuru Kenyatta has broken his silence on the ongoing debate on his succession, saying he will be actively involved in what will happen after his retirement.

Mr. Kenyatta lashed out at unnamed critics, saying his silence on the matter should not be seen as weakness.

PHOTO/Pristone Mambili:Bahati MP Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri addressing media at his home when he met Pastors from Kenya Assemblies of God.

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