Listen to the opposition, Kibaki tells Uhuru
13 November 2015, 16:58
Nairobi - The
immediate former head of state Mwai Kibaki has (Friday) asked President
Uhuru Kenyatta and his Jubilee government to give attention to concerns
raised by the opposition
Kibaki said people should learn the art of listening to each other.
at Gatugi PCEA church in Othaya during the burial of area MP Mary
Wambui’s sister, Ann Wakarima Wambugu, Kibaki said even critics have
words of advice.
are people who hate you or you do not like them. Just listen to them
when they are speaking to you. They might say a word that could help
you,” said Kibaki
He further asked Kenyans to pray for national leaders who are not serving the nation as expected.
must commit ourselves to God and ask him to help us and listen to our
prayers. We must seek his intervention. But we have to trust him,” said
funeral service was attended by Nyeri Senator Mutahi Kagwe, Juja MP
Francis Munyua, Nyeri town MP Esther Murugi, former Principal
Secretary Mutea Iringo and suspended Cabinet Secretary Michael Kamau.
was ostensibly responding to the Juja MP who had asked him to advice
President Uhuru Kenyatta on how he dealt with the opposition when he was
in power and in
former President had a gift of being silent and everything was smooth
in his government. We shall now be consulting him for advice,” said
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