June 5, 2024
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As leaders we have a higher responsibility to help the President Unite Kenyans

By OPCS Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi has cautioned leaders against making utterances that may divide the country on ethnic lines. Mudavadi says leaders in various capacities of service owe high responsibility to the citizens and they should be very careful with what they say in public. He said President William Ruto is at the... Read More

By OPCS

Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi has cautioned leaders against making utterances that may divide the country on ethnic lines.

Mudavadi says leaders in various capacities of service owe high responsibility to the citizens and they should be very careful with what they say in public.

He said President William Ruto is at the fore-front to unite the country and leaders should support this course at all costs.

“What we speak as leaders can be very destructive to the peace that we enjoy as a nation. As leaders we owe it to Kenyans to preach unity, and support the president for us to deliver for Kenyans and unite the country.” he said.

“We should make sure we defend the constitution and protect it. The constitution gives us the freedom of speech and movement but we should not abuse those privileges.” he added.

Mudavadi said this when he attended a thanksgiving mass at St John Paul II Chepterwai Girls High School in Mosop, Nandi County, where he represented President Ruto at a fundraiser to aid the school’s infrastructure.

Mudavadi said it requires the support of all leaders across board to support President Ruto and his government by working together to ensure the country remains stable, united and be on the right economic recovery trajectory.

“The President and his cabinet are the first point of call in understanding what Kenya is facing. As cabinet we should be the last ones to contradict the direction the president is giving the country. The president gets first hand intelligence on all matters be it security, economy or any other aspect that affects the well-being of the country.” remarked the Prime CS.

“We leaders should be at the fore-front to ensure that we anchor the President’s message and directive as we took oath to do so. We are privy to the challenges Kenyans are facing and we ought to help in getting solutions that will help the country move forward.” added Mudavadi.

The Prime CS said the government of Kenya has set out an elaborate plan to continue supporting learning institutions as we work towards ensuring every Kenyan child has an equal opportunity and access to quality, affordable and progressive education from basic to higher levels.

“We are working on key strategic support to enhance and create an enabling environment that will complement classroom work with the identification and nurturing of talent amongst learners.”

Present at the ceremony were, governors Stephen Sang (Nandi) and Jonathan Bii (Uasin Gishu) and National Assembly Majority Leader Kimani Ichungw’a among a host of Members of Parliament drawn from various parts of the country.

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