Sakaja calls for dialogue between Ruto and Raila

The Nairobi Governor said Ruto should be given time to deliver since he was barely six months in office and it was unfair for anyone to accuse him for failing to deliver since he was putting necessary measures in place to make the country great in the next few years.

Sakaja said that the people of Nairobi would want a peaceful environment to carry out their business activities and would not like disruptions to take place during the planned mass action by opposition leaders.

The governor said that all elected leaders whether in government or opposition have a duty to work for the citizens for the next five years and it was their responsibility to deliver on the promises made during campaigns and not engaging in empty rhetoric.

"The President that I know is very accommodative and he has shown so far that he is ready to serve all regions whether they voted for him or not, he has appointed people from areas that did not vote for him to senior positions which has demonstrated this," said Sakaja.

The governor said that President Ruto's choice of Bishop David Oginde to serve as the Chairperson of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission was great since he has shown over the years that he has the necessary experience to serve the country in tackling graft.

Sakaja said that the people of Nairobi had buried their political differences and were now keen on service delivery and they will put their leaders to task based on their performance and not on the strength of which political divide they belonged to.