Uhuru, Raila appoint team to steer building bridges initiative
SEE ALSO :Uhuru's tax gamble that enraged KenyansOn Saturday, ODM MPs attacked Deputy President William Ruto for criticizing the newfound unity between President Uhuru Kenyatta and NASA leader Raila Odinga. They accused DP Ruto of developing cold feet on the newfound unity sealed through the famous handshake on the footsteps of Harambee House on March 9 this year. Speaking during a fundraiser in Uriri, Migori County, the MPs asked President Uhuru to “cast aside enemies of the handshake with Jubilee” for envisioned discussions to go on. ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna said the calls by the ODM leader to have open debates on the Constitution as a way of addressing the issues plaguing the nation were genuine. “We want Kenyans to have a chance to propose changes so that we can work on a new more inclusive Constitution and reflective our ambitions as a nation,” he said.
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