Deputy President William Ruto has urged leaders to practice politics that will unite all Kenya in to one nation.
Speaking at Wamagana in Tetu Constituency Friday morning after consoling the family of Hannah Wanjiru, mother to Chief of Staff Joseph Kinyua, Ruto said that the Jubilee government will bring all tribes on board to ensure Kenya is not divided in to tribal lines.
“As the Jubilee Government, our job is to build the bridge of friendship, brotherhood and unity among Kenyans from all regions because we don’t want politics of hatred and division,” said the Deputy President.
In addition, Ruto urged the residents of Tetu to support his Presidential bid come 2022.
Ruto was accompanied by Tetu MP Ndung’u Githinji, Nyeri Town’s Esther Murugi, area MCAs and religious leaders.
The President his expected to attend the burial on Saturday.
Report by Emilio Murithii
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