President William Ruto has on Sunday admitted meeting former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and revealed details of their said meeting.
Speaking from Ukunda Showgrounds in Kwale County, the Head of State revealed telling Raila that Kenya is a democratic country and no one should call violence that will lead to loss of lives and destruction of properties.
He continued by saying that he gave his promise that moving forward there will be no violence in the country.
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“”We have agreed because you know I am the head of state I am obligated to make sure that every Kenyan whether they support my policies or not that their property is guaranteed, that there is peace in the country and I have given a commitment that going forward there will be no violence in Kenya” he said
President Ruto noted that his administration is working towards addressing the high cost of living and employment in the country through carious projects as addressed in there manifesto.
“I have seen other leaders asking where is the cost of living in the list of things to be deliberated, I want to tell them that the issue is in the manifesto of Kenya Kwanza and we have a plan that we are implementing. The cost of living cannot be addressed through how they are proposing to hold demonstrations and causing violence,” said the President