Doctor William Ruto have sent a clear message to all Kenyans indicating the importance of being united. In his post doctor William Ruto said that if Kenyans remain united it will be easy to conduct people centered politics.
Taking on his Verified Twitter account Ruto Wrote the following, "We must come together and work towards containing political divisions in our country. When united, we acquire more stamina to conduct issues based, peoples centred politics that advances our country’s transformation agenda",Ruto Wrote.
Below are some of reactions from Kenyans on Twitter :
"I hope Moses Kuria and Martha Karua will heed your call to concentrate on people-centered politics. They're now focusing on positions based politics. Having a DP and 40% Cabinet secretaries from a certain region will not help youth of that region. Hustlers should focus on the economy, not positions", Kimemia wrote.
"But it's electioneering period. Empty seats must be filled up .One must first be elected to fulfill his pledges", Njuguna Wrote.
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