West Pokot Governor Prof. John Lonyangapuo has said the perceived differences between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto do not pose any threat to the well-being of Kenyans as the two head towards wrapping up their time in office.
Speaking on Tuesday during an interview with Citizen TV’s Day Break, Lonyangapuo was pressed by the host, Sam Gituku on how the president and his deputy can manage the remaining nine months of their administration.
"Allow us to utilize me for instance; my appointee abandoned obligation when he was chosen up to now and nothing hurtful has come to Kenyans living in this area," said Governor Lonyangapuo, alluding toward the West Pokot Deputy Governor Dr. Nicholas Atudonyang'.
"I'm not viewing at any apparent contrasts between the two chiefs as an issue as long as they have not disrupted any fabulous guideline to cause Kenyans to feel hazardous," Lonyangapuo proceeded to add.
"May there be the right to speak freely of discourse, let there be an opportunity of affiliation," he expressed. "You expect such sort of divisions and choices as agreements are going to change. The astounding story is that it isn't new; we have consistently seen this from the time we got freedom," the Governor further added.
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