Don’t concentrate too much on politics, Museveni tells Kenyans
Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni now wants Kenyans to also consider other aspects of nation building and not to concentrate all their efforts on political matters.
Speaking during President Uhuru Kenyatta’s second inauguration ceremony, Museveni, who has been Uganda’s president since 1986 urged Kenyans to also focus on peace, family and development in addition to politics.
“I beseech all Kenyans to consider three things. The first is peace. Secondly, the prosperity of the family unit and development. The fourth is peace, but do not concentrate too much on politics and forget the other three,” said Museveni.
Uganda’s Head of State also congratulated Uhuru Kenyatta on his re-election and said that he commended Kenyans for maintaining peace in what he considered a successful electioneering period. “On behalf of all the people of Uganda, congratulations for the election and for maintaining peace.”
Museveni was in attendance among several heads of state who graced the swearing in ceremony of President Kenyatta at Kasarani, Nairobi on November 28.
Other foreign heads attending the fete included Ian Khama (Botswana), Ali Bongo (Gabon), Mohamed Farmajo (Somalia), Salva Kiir (South Sudan), Edgar Lungu (Zambia), Paul Kagame (Rwanda), Ismael Guelleh (Djibouti), Hailemariam Desalegn (Ethiopia).
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