President Uhuru reiterates call for Kenyans to unite
President Uhuru Kenyatta has reiterated his call for Kenyans to unite and shun divisive politics, while urging opposition CORD leaders to steer away from activities that might promote lawlessness.
President Kenyatta has continued to urged the CORD leaders to use legal means to solve any issue that disturbs them citing the push for disbandment of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).
Speaking in Kenyenya, Kisii County, President Kenyatta pledged that all Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the country will be assisted by the government in ongoing resettlement and compensation process.
His Deputy William Ruto, urged residents to support Jubilee government ahead of next year’s General Election, while warning opposition leaders against causing unrest in the country.
On Wednesday, President Kenyatta asked CORD leader Raila Odinga to consider using constitutional channels in his quest to have IEBC disbanded instead of using demonstrations.
Speaking at Kebirigo market in Nyamira County during the commissioning of the tarmacking of 14 kilometer Kebirigo -Mosobeti road, Kenyatta criticized Raila’s use of demonstrations when he was well aware of the right channels to follow.
The President questioned why Raila resorted to what he termed as ‘divisive politics’ when he was the biggest proponent of the 2010 constitution.
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