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Have meaningful conversations aimed at improving the welfare of Mwananchi Leaders told.

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Kenya National Congress party leader Manson Nyamweya addressing the press on Friday at Kisii offices he was accompanied by South Mugirango Member of parliament Silvanus Osoro and Party delegates from Nyaribari Masaba[Photo Brighton Makor/Gusii star]

By Brighton Makori.

The Kenya National Congress Party leader Manson Nyamweya has called upon the leaders to have meaningful conversations aimed at improving the welfare of Mwananchi and not the sick and empty rhetoric which has been seen during early campaigns.

In the statement set to media houses KNC said that the incident in which the country’s top leaders demean each other as they promote their candidature for 2022 against the appeal by the president for national unity is worrying which needs an address.

According to Mr Nyamweya leaders should understand that it’s their utmost responsibility to promote national cohesion not division.

“As KNC we consider the utterances of personal attack unfortunate and bordering on the theater of the absurd.” Nyamweya said adding that his party spouses peace and would not wish to witness the country sink to the level where political leaders viciously engage civil servants in baseless political witch hunt. 

He added that leaders can be sell their political agenda anywhere in the country without necessary engaging in such flimsy attention seeking gimmicks. 

To the civil servants he called them to concentrate on delivering to the nation what their president has entrusted them with under their dockets.

As KNC we call upon all political leaders to seek boardroom solutions as opposed to market places where they appeal for personal sympathy for selfish gains” called Nyamweya

“Kenyan politicians should study the sad and tragic chapters the country has had to go through in the wake of reckless statements that act as tinder for violence.” he added

Nyamweya who is aiming to take Kisi county Gubernatorial seat noted that increasing political steam as each presidency aspiring politician markets his agenda long before official campaigns begin should be considers as a recipe for chaos.

“Let each politician be moderate and act with some level of maturity as they engage  the electorate.” he said