Mavoko MP Patrick Makau has asked President William Ruto to put aside his differences with opposition leader Raila Odinga and have a dialogue.
Speaking in his constituency, Makau noted that the economy of Kenya is sinking and sideshows from top leaders won’t save the country.
The lawmaker added that Ruto pointing fingers at former Government officials accusing them of embezzlement of funds is uncalled for.
“Economy ya Kenya haitaki fitina, haitaki kuitana majina, Uhuru aretire akae vizuri miaka yake kumi iliisha. Bwana Ruto tuonyeshe utatupeleka wapi na uwache maneno ya kusema wakora waliiba ooh kama waliiba wafunge,” Makau said.
Makau added that only dialogue would bring peace and ensure focus on improving Kenyans’ lives.
“I want to ask Ruto, please call Raila and sit down and discuss how to bring down the dollar, how food prices will come down, and how fuel prices will be affordable,” he advised.
He noted that Kenyans will continue to suffer if the two leaders won’t put their egos aside.
Makau spoke after disbursing bursary worth 8.5 million shillings for needy students across the Kinanie-Mathatani ward.
The funds will cater to the education of over 1200 students in High Schools and tertiary institutions.