RUTO Calls for Consensus To Avoid Dividing The Country

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By YOANA KIMWELE.

The prolific Deputy President Dr William Ruto has called for leaders to propel national consensus instead of pushing for the divisive political contest.

“We should strive to build consensus in all our engagements rather than dwelling on an unnecessary contests that risk dividing Kenyans”. DP has said.

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With the devastating Covid19 pandemic we should direct our energies, resources and attention to the crisis that has caused inimitable economic and social disruption to our country.

He was speaking when he hosted meeting with Baringo County leadership led by Governor Stanley Kiptis, MPs Moses Lessonet (Eldama Ravine), William Cheptumo (Baringo North), Joshua Kandie (Baringo Central), Daniel Tuitoek (Mogotio) and Charles Kamuren (Baringo South), Florence Jematia (East African Legislative Assembly) and Members of County Assembly led by Speaker David Kerich, Karen, Nairobi County.

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