Politics is not enemity, the elected Nairobi governor Authur Johnson Sakaja has finally met up with his political rival Polycarp Igathe for a coffee. The two were competing to become Nairobi governor but fortunately for Sakaja he defeated his competitor Igathe to clinch the power as the leader of the Kenya's capital city.
Polycarp Igathe has shown people that politics is not enemity and being defeated doesn't mean that there is no second chance. As it is believed that people vote but his Almighty God is the one who choose Igathe was the first person to concede defeat and congratulate his opponent for winning.
It is really a good example as leader to actually accept defeat and wish your opponent to rule wisely and wait for another time . The two have spotted taking coffee together and this has excited Kenyans online. See how they have reacted as shown below;
We thank the two for setting a good example to everyone in the country. Leave your comments below and kindly follow for more articles and updates.
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