The outgoing president Uhuru Kenyatta has continued to receive mixed reactions from politicians who are questioning him on why he is not happy with William Ruto's victory as the fifth president. According to reports, Kabando Wa Kabando is among the political leaders who have send a message to president Uhuru Kenyatta following his silence.
"President Uhuru Sir, Raila Odinga congratulated you on the 2013 SCoK ruling. Raila joined you in 2018. Undeniably, UhuRuto made you president in 2013. You rejected our advice to keep off 2022. Common decency, gratitude, courtesy and statesmanship demand that you congratulate President William Ruto. Do it," Kabando Wa Kabando stated.
Kabando Wa Kabando's statement is revealing that in order to ensure that there is peace and Unity, the two leaders have to unite and work together since they have been in the government for a period of 10 years.
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