Mwala MP Eng. Vincent Musyoka Musau has called on President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto to solve their issues without involving Kenyans and stop washing their dirty linen in public.
Speaking at his constituency, the legislator said that the Deputy President and the President were in good terms and the president was the one who said that he would go for 10 years and then his deputy for 10 years.
“The president should come in public and tell us what bothers him because in the start when he agreed to work with the Deputy President, we weren’t there and when he told us 10 years for him and 10 years for Ruto we weren’t there. He is the one who came up that,” The MP said.
“When they used to wear matching shirts and red ties we were not there. The president should tell us where things went wrong and what changed because if my memory serves me right he once said that “Ruto ni Mtu ya Kusema na kutenda,” he added.
Musyoka also noted that the president was a symbol of unity and he should ensure that no matter the anger he has towards people he puts unity of the people first.
“The president is the symbol of national unity and he has a responsibility to ensure the country is unified no matter what happens or how angry he is he should desist from angry utterances,” The Mwala MP added.