Former cabinet secretary for agriculture Mwangi Kiunjuri stated that his party is ready to cooperate with the election winner.After being declared the victor of the Laikipia East parliamentary seat on August 11, the Service Party (TSP) leader made the statements. Kiunjuri stated that he was eager to work with either Raila Odinga or William Ruto.
He declared that upholding the peace was the top priority for the country and that cooperation between elected officials was essential to serving the Kenyan people."While we wait for the results of the presidential election, let's work together. Whatever the outcome, we will support the victor. We need peace as a country because it is the most important component. Kenyans' interests, not the outcome of the election, "He observed.
In order to enhance the standard of living for everyone in Laikipia County, he also asked that all elected authorities cooperate."We must put aside our disagreements if we want to represent Laikipia County as elected authorities. It was just a competition. You must allow us to collaborate on construction since the entire county is watching. Together with all elected politicians, I "Kiunjuri also.It is important to note that Kiunjuri is a Kenya Kwanza politician and that his party, the TSP, is in a coalition with DP Ruto's UDA.
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