Keep off divisive politics and focus on development-Uhuru
We are one people and we should not let petty politics divide us, President Uhuru Kenyatta said.
Speaking in Kisumu on Friday, Uhuru urged the city’s residents to be wary of leaders who peddle divisive politics as this does promote development.
Uhuru, who was in Raila Odinga’s political back yard for the 2015 Schools and Colleges Music Festivals, received a warm and enthusiastic welcome from the locals.
He urged Kisumu residents to work together with his government despite political differences.
“Let’s not disagree because of politics. Kenya is home to all of us. If we fight here, where will you go to? Tanzania? Even if you go there you will be a foreigner. So let’s work together to ensure that we build a better and more prosperous Kenya,” said Uhuru amid cheers.
Addressing the energized crowds, Uhuru promised that the Jubilee Government would work towards making Kisumu a regional commercial hub.
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