Deputy President William Ruto has called President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga to include all Kenyans in the process of constitutional changes
Speaking on Tuesday at Gusii stadium during Mashujaa Day Celebrations in Dp Ruto said there was a need to bring everyone on board to ensure the county realizes the much-needed unity.
The DP called for dialogue to accommodate divergent views in the Building Bridges process.
“Former Prime Minister has talked about reggae. That is fine. But I guess we will have a robust national conversation that will bring everybody on board,” the DP said.
Ruto spoke moments after Raila addressed the gathering, insisting that nobody can stop the “BBI reggae” and the Reggae was launched in Kisii , only went to break after Covid 19 pandemic but know its back.
The DP has been a fierce critic of the initiative, terming it an agenda aimed at creating positions for a few people at the expense of the poor Kenyans.
Ruto on chose to hail the ‘hustlers’ as the real mashujaas of today as the country marks its Mashujaa Day.
The DP who is rooting for the Hustlers’ Movement in his 2022 Presidential campaigns said the ordinary Kenyans toiling and moiling to spur the economy should be celebrated.
” We have come to celebrate our Shujaaaz , the herons and heroins of our Nation , The men and woemn who through determination , hard work and shed of blood reclaim our Nation from the hands of Colonialist, ” he said
” The are millions of ordinary Kenyans who wake up early and sleep rate , working hard for our Nation to make meaning of our independence we celebrate them as our shujaaas”he addd