President Uhuru Kenyatta has promised to use 2020 to fulfil the promises his government gave to Kenyans when he was seeking reelection in the 2017 general elections.
Speaking in Nakuru county on Tuesday, the Head of State said that his government will not be engaging in any politics in 2020, but will only focus on service delivery to Kenyans.
He stressed on the need for Kenyans to shun political debates and concentrate on the national development agenda, stating that there is a lot to be done.
"We want this to be the year of work. A year when we fulfil our promises to the people. Not every time to do politics as if there’s nothing else to do," he said.
He spoke when he issued title deeds to members and descendants of the Nyakinyua from Kiambogo and Solai areas at the Rift Valley regional headquarters in Nakuru Town.
He also warned politicians whose main job is unending politicking that they will no longer be tolerated in public functions and should get other places to conduct their businesses.
"This is a year for work. Those whose business is to use every opportunity to do politics should look for other gatherings to do so. We’ve been here for less than 30 minutes and we’ve finished our business here,” added the president.