Nandi governor Stephen Sang has come out strongly and asked the President of the Republic of Kenya his Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto to consider settling out their political differences for the sake of Kenyans and take forward the country.
Addressing journalists in Kapsabet, Sang cited that it is clear that the two leaders are not together any more thus should take their time to iron out their political wrangles and move forward adding that they were both elected together and their contract will come to an end on 9th August 2022.
Sang noted that some of the decisions made by the government are extreme and could lead to chaos thus asked the North Rift residents and Kenyans at large to be calm and maintain peace at all times by not accepting to be divided by politics.
The governor said the government directive to withdraw the Deputy President’s GSU security and replaced with the administration police is going against the law and that clearly indicates that they are up to something/plot against the DP.
“Replacing the Deputy President’s security with that of the administration police is unacceptable as the Deputy is the second in command and has similar privileges like the president to be guarded the same.” He said angrily.
The governor further revealed that the Kalenjin community will not fall to the trap of degenerating chaos because of the hate and mistreatment laid to the Deputy President but will remain firm and calm.