Just a week after his US visit, President William Ruto has issued a new demand to international community which is purported towards addressing main issues facing a wide number of people in and out of the country.
Speaking at the state Lodge in Eldoret on Saturday, President William Ruto called out international community like US, South Korea and many more that he recently visited to intervene and provide assistance to neighbouring country South Sudan as relayed by the Standard.
According to his statement, the head of state now wants the mentioned countries to address increasing insecurity, violence and displacement situation in the country by returning the path of peace process, a move which is tipped to save millions of women and children who are currently bear the greatest brunt of hostility in Upper Nile and Jonglei estate.
" I implore the international community to urgently provide all possible and relevant assistance to the government of South Sudan to able it address this dire situation and return to the path of the peace process", he said.
His statement was seconded by his Mama Rachael Ruto who doubles as the first lady. Rachel urged kenyans to share whatever they have in this festive season with the people in need.
" Share now and spread joy. We also are used to give these pieces of goodwill and love by doing our part to make our shared home more livable for us and for future generations", she said.
Apparently, this is a great move and a perfect example to every leader who is always keep on helping neighbouring countries.
Meanwhile, let's wait and see how international community will respond.
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