Kitui South MP welcomes Kenyatta, Odinga’s call for National Unity.

The mega handshake

Speaking at a Mutomo function on Saturday, 10th March, 2018, Kitui South legislator fully supported the move taken by the two National leaders of putting aside their personal ambitions and interests for the sake of whole nation of Kenya.


The parliamentarian congratulated the two leaders for their big decision of uniting the Kenyans to ensure speedy realisation of economic development and completion of the already started development projects for the benefits of Kenyans.


On Friday 09 March,2018 President Uhuru Kenyatta held consultative peace talks with NASA Alliance Chief Rt. Hon. Raila Odinga at his offices at Harambee House in Nairobi.Among the issues discussed was the establishment of strong foundations of peaceful coexistence and inter ethnic integration of the Kenyan. Communities.


During his swearing in for the second term in office as the Executive President of Kenya at Uhuru park late last year,Kenyatta rolled out his main agendas to fulfill before his tenure of presidency elapses.Among the key in his main agendas was to unite the country to ensure full realisation of economic and social development across the country.

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After the meeting, both Jubilee and NASA followers higly praised the move taken by the two leaders to unite the ethnically divided Kenya by the past selfish driven politics. Both leaders of different ranks in the government welomed the call for peace and unity of Kenya by the two leaders.


Hon.  Nyamai added that the leaders demonstrated their bravery to the International Community by sacrifing their own political interests for the future well being of Kenya.The handshaking between Kenyatta and Odinga is the first crucial step towards a United Kenya.


Hon. Nyamai said Kenyatta had set a good legacy for the future remembrance of his tenure in office as the Fourth President of the republic of Kenya.

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