NAIROBI– Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto has called on leaders in the country to avoid making remarks which can incite members of the public against one another.
Speaking during an inter-denominational church service in Kilifi County in southeastern kenya on Sunday, along with a number of Members of Parliament, Ruto said the role of leaders should be to cement relations rather than breeding divisions in society.
He said the time had come for leaders to focus on solutions rather than being part of the problems facing the country. As leaders, we have a right to speak about the issues affecting the people because our primary duty is serving them. But we must always talk with each other with decorum and respect as we seek the best solutions to issues, he said.
The Deputy President said he would intensify his efforts in ensuring that Kenya is transformed.
We are not going to leave this any part of this country behind. We will ensure Kenyans have better roads and well-equipped healthcare facilities. We will also support education institutions to boost enrollment and expand power connections to households, he said.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK