Mwangi Kiunjuri, who used to be the agriculture minister in the cabinet, said that his party is ready to work with whoever is elected president. After being named the winner of the Laikipia East parliamentary seat on August 11, the head of The Service Party (TSP) said these things.
Kiunjuri said he would be happy to work with either William Ruto or Raila Odinga.
He said that keeping the peace is the most important thing for the whole country and that elected leaders must work together to help the people of Kenya.
Let's work together while we wait for the results of the presidential election. We will back the winner no matter who it is. As a country, we need peace because it's the most important thing. It's not about who gets elected, but about the people of Kenya, "he said.
He also asked that all of the people in power in Laikipia County work together to make everyone's lives better.
"We need to put our differences aside if we want to be leaders in Laikipia County." It was just a competition. I beg you, let's build as a group because a whole country is watching. I'll work with all of the elected officials," Kiunjuri added.
Kiunjuri is the leader of Kenya Kwanza, and his party, the TSP, signed a deal with other parties led by DP Ruto's UDA.
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