President Uhuru Kenyatta has reiterated that he will not relent in the quest to make Kenya united before he completes his tenure in office.
Speaking at Wang'uru Stadium in Kirinyaga County, Uhuru said that he is dedicated to working with other leaders to ensure that Kenyans live in harmony.
The head of state argued that the nation cannot realize any form of transformation if there is no peace, adding that he is ready to make all sacrifices to leave behind a united nation when he retires in 2022.
“The biggest legacy I can leave for Kenyans is peace. Without peace, no tangible development can take place,” he said, as quoted by Daily Nation.
Uhuru also said that his handshake with ODM leader Raila Amolo Odinga was the best thing that has ever happened to Kenya.
The President noted that through his friendship with Raila, Kenyans are living in peace.
“When I cooperated with [Deputy President] William Ruto, there was peace in Kenya. And When I greeted [Raila] Odinga Kenyans are living happily together,” he said.
On the war on corruption, Uhuru said that he will not tolerate any government official misusing county resources.
He also said that governors accused of the graft should not drag his name into their woes.