Deputy president William Ruto today on social media media has urged all political leaders governing the Nation to join hands and work together in unity. This has happens when president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy president William Ruto not working together in unity through one reason or the other. The bad relationship between president and his deputy has been revealed in various occasions where president Uhuru Kenyatta has not been inviting his deputy in various useful occasions.
As a result of this, deputy president William Ruto has urged all political leaders to listen to one another so that they they all become winners. Through unity among leaders, a proper mechanism will be identified where Kenyans will be in a position to live together as brothers and sisters.
All this disagreement that is existing between leaders emerge from the BBI report. Therefore from the advice which deputy President William Ruto has given, there is no need of leaders cultivating enmities as a result of a documents where everybody has a right to support it or not.
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