Politicians must put aside their political differences during US President Barack Obama’s visit this weekend, a politician has said.
Jubilee politician Francis Mwangi said politicians in the government and the opposition must exercise tolerance during Obama’s stay in the country for the sake of economic growth.
He was speaking during the 50th anniversary of Muhoho High School in Gatundu South on Saturday.
Mwangi said focus should be on more pressing issues that will benefit the country.
“We are hoping our leaders will not humiliate President Uhuru Kenyatta before the global guests by airing our dirty linen in public during the Sixth Global Entrepreneurship Summit,” he said.
“This is not the time for leaders to square it out in public.”