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Grow up, Uhuru tells ODM MPs

03 April 2016, 10:04 Victor Tinto

Nairobi - Grow up, President Uhuru Kenyatta has told ODM MPs.

The President has called on opposition to rise above retrogressive political activities that do not translate into alternative policies to compete with the government.

He said empty rhetoric and violent activities will in no way help build a strong nation but rather derail government efforts of uniting Kenyans for a cohesive society.

President Kenyatta called on all leaders in the country to carefully weigh their words and deeds and shun activities that may cause disharmony among Kenyans.

“I have no problem with having opposition but I want to caution them to avoid sending wrong messages to wananchi through their actions. I don’t want divisive politics and name calling but rather constructive criticism,” said President Kenyatta.

The President pointed out that the Government will not allow inflammatory utterances that incite Kenyans against each other because of politics but would continue its efforts of uniting all Kenyans for tangible development in the country.

“When we were campaigning with ‘my brother Ruto’ we promised to unite Kenyans and bring peace. We pledged that never again will Kenyans fight each other because of politics and we are on cause,” said the President.

The President was reacting to the moves by opposition MPs to disrupt parliamentary proceedings where ODM MPs whistled at the President before being eventually kicked out of the house.

- MyNews24

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