There have been a lot of differences among Kenyan leaders due to the upcoming mass action planned by the ODM leader Raila Odinga. According to the Azimio La Umoja leader, the mass action was to oppose Ruto's government and see him move out of office.
The Nairobi governor, Johnson Sakaja has tried as much as possible to unite these two leaders. The Nairobi boss asked the two, Raila and Ruto to involve in dialogue to calm the tension in the country. Unfortunately, the two leaders delayed the dialogue saying that dialogue was not in their interest.
Sakaja has been recorded saying that Nairobi was composed of two tribes, the rich and the poor. He said that the rich were up to using the poor in demonstrations leaving suffering to them. The governor condemned it saying that the Nairobi people needed peace not demonstrations.
He went forward to plead with the two leaders to have a dialogue and save the one tribe that was going to suffer.
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