Ruto Deputy President William Ruto has asked leaders steering on Building Bridges Iniatitive (BBI) to engage all people and avoid political divisions on rallies going around the country .
Speaking at Iterio during consecration of New Bishop of Evangelical Lutheran Church Joseph Omwoyo, the deputy President said that BBI should engage all people regardless of the political party .
“There’s freedom of association, let’s engage all people even the weak have something to say , “said Deputy President.
He challenged political leaders to build a genuine bridge which is not filled with greediness, self motives; he asked them to stop looking at the parties when doing the BBI campaign but listen to the concerns of Kenyans.
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He asked leaders to avoid political party divisions.
“Everybody who has something to say must be given space concerning this BBI including, entrepreneurs , Mama mbogas, by doing this, we will move together as Kenyans,” said Ruto.
According to him some individuals are positioning themselves only to create divisions.
He challenged leaders to be a sign of unity by bringing Kenyans together by not dividing them.
The deputy president noted that the BBI is not only for political leaders but for all Kenyans and their views must be listened to.
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He asked the political leaders to stop chest tamping how strong they are and listen to anyone opinion when given space to speak.
The deputy President noted that the BBI is not only for political leaders who have already owned it but for all Kenyans.
Kisii Deputy governor Joash Maangi, South Mugirango MP Sylvenus Osoro, Bomachoge Chache Alfa Miruka, Don Bosco Gichana Zaheer Jhanda echoed the Deputy President his sentiments.