If there is one thing that need to be addressed in this country, it is leadership crisis. For the sake of the great Republic of Kenya, and for President Uhuru Kenyatta, Deputy President William Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga to rule towards desired direction then they need each other.
Yes, the difference between the president and his deputy is political difference, but they can still work together.
Lately Mr. Kenyatta is much more concerned about launching development projects and managing his succession politics.
Deputy president is much more concerned about election campaign.
ODM leader is only thinking and talking his presidential campaigns.
Why don’t the three shelve their differences and work together for the sake of Kenyans. After all that was the intention of the handshake.
It is time for Kenya to face reality tete-a-tete and contemplate abrogating the politics of hatred.
President Uhuru is yearning for the unity and leadership of Kenya. Ruto is advocating for the empowering of Kenyans and revamping our moribund economy. Raila throughout his political career is known as a great reformer. Though lately his reform credentials are dubious.
Politics aside, our leaders should come together. Members of County Assemblies, Members of Parliament, Women Representatives, Governors, Senators and other leaders including religious leaders should forget about ethnicity and rule Kenya as one.
From the political alliances that are being formed, it is clear that the political class need power. They are not doing it for the betterment of Kenya.
The three have worked together before and it is still possible.
As we approach the next general elections, we need not to vote along tribal line, we don’t need a repeat of 2007 post elections violence and I’m Sorry for reminding Kenyans of the worst memories!
Let us not characterize our politics with physical confrontation.
Uhuru being a visionary leader, Ruto being a great mobilizer and fighter for the oppressed and Raila being a man who has suffered for this county, they need to sit down and contemplate working together to rule Kenya.
The politics can wait.
As a visionary Kenyan I think that our leaders can only rule and deliver best when they are united and the goals of Kenya as a country are well taken care of.