President William Ruto has stated that he is exceedingly pleased with the progress Kenya has made under his administration. The president is adamant that politics based on tribe, ethnicity, and division are a thing of the past, as the majority of Kenyans are intent on fostering togetherness. He has successfully united all national communities.
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The president is adamant that his government has eliminated big ethnic differences in Kenya because Kenyans are now preoccupied with other concerns. The president is sure that Kenyans are focused on what the government can achieve for them as opposed to their tribal affiliations.
During Uhuru's reign, there was a great deal of ethnic mobilization of groups against one another, according to the president. It is a reality that the country has endured a great deal of ethnicity-related challenges, but these are coming to an end.
President Ruto has made it abundantly clear that he is committed to ensuring that the dream Kenyans have set for themselves becomes a reality. It is anticipated that in the future, the Azimio alliance will cease ethnic mobilization and concentrate on what unites Kenyans.
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