Former Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto has urged politicians across the political divide to shun premature 2022 campaigns.
Ruto warns that premature succession politics is likely to stall development in the country.
He says elected leaders must focus on service delivery to Kenyans instead of engaging in endless 2022 debates.
Speaking when he registered for Huduma Namba at Chebaraa Primary School in Chepalungu on Monday, Ruto also cautioned politicians against making inflammatory statements.
He said the country is enjoying peace courtesy of the handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga and asked every leader across the divide to support the unity agenda for the development of the country.
"It is unfortunate that majority of elected leaders have been sucked into early succession politics and abandoned their work as leaders," Ruto said in a live interview on KTN News.
The former legislator at the same time urged Kenyans to register and get the Huduma Namba which he pointed out that it is critical and will help the national government give effective and efficient services to Kenyans.
He asked Kenyans to ignore the propaganda being peddled that Huduma Namba is satanic.