Many were left shocked by Bomet Governor Hillary Barchok's remarks on Azimio leader Raila Odinga's planned mass actions. The Governor stressed the need to give the current President William Ruto-led administration more time, saying that the mess they were dealing with didn't come up overnight.
He then proceeded to question the approach of joining the government with a handshake instead of staying on the opposition side to act as a watchdog. Despite the various opinions on the matter, Barchok encouraged patience, so that the administration could have a chance to plan the best way to reach out to the people.
Only time will tell whether this strategy proves successful, and Barchok has called on people to remain open-minded and give the President Ruto-led administration a chance to implement change for the benefit of the people.
The people of Kenya must now turn their focus on supporting their new leadership, taking the time to develop their nation.
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