Let’s Dialogue on Devolution, not Politics – Ngilu says


Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu today hosted the meeting on “restoring and reconciling Kenya through the structured dialogue” held in Kitui town.


Speaking at the consultation that attracted different leadership stakeholders among them the clergy and Members of the County Assembly, the Governor said the building bridges initiative must focus on a clear road map that puts the agenda of the people first to attain sustainable development.

She said leaders should heed to President Uhuru Kenyatta call to embrace handshake and avoid 2022 succession politics calling on the clergy to support the cause.


We only got elected barely two years now and have a clear manifesto to fulfil. The President’s development agenda is also very clear. If anyone is not supporting this – and the Uhuru-Raila unity pact, then they are completely out of order” she said.


Ngilu acclaimed the reconciling and restoring Kenya initiative as key in setting the path to deliver development to the people saying there was need to foster unity and peace.


We must primarily focus on the common good. Our interests must be people centered and anchored on growing our people”. She said.


The “restoring and reconciling Kenya through the structured dialogue” seeks to better performance of devolution and improve governance in the country.

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