Ruto said the problem facing Kenyans is not the Constitution, this is after the two leaders, Uhuru and Raila, attempted to change the Constitution though the BBI but failed after the Court declared the process illegal.
The second in command said the real problem facing Kenyans is leadership which must been keenly looked at for the country to move forward peacefully and not divided.
“The problem is not the Constitution, the problem is leadership and that is what we need to sort out. There must not be losers in Kenya. We can all become winners if we listen to one another,” stated Ruto.
After suffering humiliation, the deputy president said those in power should stop using force and intimidation as he asked for leaders to work together to avoid being divided along ethnic lines.
“We should stop using force, intimidation and blackmail. We can all move together as Kenyans. It is possible to compete on issues and making Kenya better. Let us avoid dividing people along ethnic or other unnecessary lines,” Ruto said.
DP Ruto further said he wants leaders to stop thinking about themselves and how they can benefit ahead of the 2022 elections instead they should agree on how everyone can benefit instead of just a few.
“There is a real possibility for leaders to come together and agree on what is not selfish. An agreement that will bring everybody on board,” he added.
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