Kikuyu Town MP Kimani Ichung’wa has urged Kenyans to embark on nation building after President Uhuru Kenyatta and NASA leader Raila Odinga met and agreed to unite the country.
Ichung’wa says that the country is now in safe hands and that Kenyans should not worry anymore.
Speaking to Kikuyu Town residents on Monday, the Jubilee MP exuded confidence that President Kenyatta and former Prime Minister will heal and reconcile the country.
He said that the two have moved beyond their political interests to unite and preach tolerance among Kenyans.
The Jubilee legislator observed that Uhura-Raila meeting will go down in the country’s history adding that it is time politicians put aside their differences and embark on nation building.
“Kenyans should feel safe, comfortable and continue engaging in activities that will build this nation’s prosperity,” he said.
Ichung’wa appealed to NASA elected politicians to partner with the government on key issues facing the country.
“We are ready to work with our colleagues that we can build a strong nation that respects the rule of law and human rights,” he said.
He also said that the Jubilee administration is keen to work with the opposition to address all concerns the Raila Odinga-led camp has been pushing for.
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