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KANU Leaders Urges Raila And Ruto To Put Aside Differences And Form Government Together

President-elect Wiliam Ruto and Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party presidential nominee Raila Odinga have been urged by the Independence party KANU to set aside their differences and work together to build a government of national unity.

The party said that the country was left divided by the elections and the two leaders need to work together through the Mt. Kenya area chairman Njunge Mukuraie's explanation that both president-elect Wiliam Ruto and Raila have enormous followings and they divided votes almost evenly.

Chairman of the KANU Gideon Moi and Chairman of the KANU Mount Kenya region Njunge Mukarie. With permission:

Mukarie claimed that there is no need for Raila Odinga of the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Coalition Party to file a lawsuit to protest Ruto's victory since doing so will just exacerbate Kenyans' already strained relations after the bitterly contested elections. He said that instead of putting their own interests first, the two should put the country's unity first.


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