The deputy president has reached out to the Kenyans Leaders with a timely statement aimed at advising and encouraging the leaders. Through a tweet message on his twitter handle, the deputy president has asked leaders to preach unity and work together in order to create more opportunities for the Kenyan people. The deputy president cautioned the leaders from engaging in tribal politics. That was a good message from the second in command to the leaders in Kenya.
His message read:" Leaders must preach unity and work together towards creating job opportunities and wealth for the millions of poor Kenyans. They must desist from engaging in tribal politics that risk dividing the country.” The statement read.
The deputy passionately reached out to the Kenyan leaders with a good message that seeks to bring them together as they unite and serve the Kenyan people in better way. He is a good leader with good and nice piece of advice to our leaders in Kenya.
The Deputy President’s message has sparked mixed reactions from a section of Kenyans who have shared their opinions and thoughts regarding his statement of advice to the Kenyan leaders. Check on the screenshots below to see some of the reactions from Kenyans.
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