President Uhuru Kenyatta has denied claims that Jubilee party is divided following assertions that the Building Bridges Initiative has split up his administration.
Talking on Tuesday at Statehouse Mombasa County as he addressed the State of the Nation, Uhuru said that it's so sad that in his strategy of unifying the country some individuals speculate they have been left escape adding that he is aimed at uniting the Nation.
"I see no divisions in Jubilee party. It is unfortunate that in the process of unifying the country some people feel they have been left out. I have made it very clear that my objective is to unify Kenyans," he asserted.
President Uhuru also expelled assertions that the Building Bridges Initiative is craving to generate new positions for a few individuals"
"The BBI is not about the creation of new positions for a few individuals. It is about how to have better governance," Uhuru added.
Expanding that under the BBI inclusivity will be considered first as every voice must be heard to eradicate the past election crisis.
"Under BBI no voice will be wrong and all must be heard. We want to end the cycle of election crisis to win the battle on economic prosperity," he posed.