President William Ruto has admitted that Azimio One Kenya Coalition rallies were affecting his work and that he it will be hard for him to deliver if demonstration escalates.
The President seemed to agree with his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua, that they need to work with everyone to realize great changes in the country.
The Head of State had earlier alleged that Raila will get tired for holding demonstration but now seems to have changed his tune.
The president now says if leaders continues to hold rallies across the country it will be difficult for him to deliver what he promised to Kenyans.
" We will work with everyone and I agree with my deputy on what he has said. We were all elected by Kenyans, but if we continue going to the streets for demonstrations we will fail to deliver to Kenyans," Ruto said.
He said leaders should engage at the political table and not in the streets.
The ODM leader is today expected to rally Kakamega county for another anti- Kenya Kwanza gathering. He will be accompanied by Kalonzo Musyoka, Martha Karua, Wycliffe Oparanya, among other Western leaders.
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