President William Ruto has praised the recent bipartisan discussions between members of the ruling party and the opposition coalition.
Speaking to the nation yesterday, the President commended the national dialogue, which has allowed leaders to find common ground on important issues that will help Kenya’s transformation, democracy, and national unity.
“I salute the courage and patriotism of my fellow leaders who have embraced national dialogue and encourage all of us to keep up the noble work of bringing Kenyans together,” he said.
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The talks were led by Kalonzo Musyoka and the leader of the majority, Kimani Ichungwah. President Ruto praised the committee for their work and congratulated them on a job well done.
The President stated that the recent talks demonstrate Kenya’s ability to engage in dialogue across political lines, and he emphasized the importance of bipartisan efforts in times of political disagreements and pressure.
The President expressed optimism that the talks will bring positive changes and help the country achieve great transformation.
The bipartisan committee has concluded its mandate after 73 days of deliberation, and a technical team will prepare the final report to be presented to the President. Co-chair and Azimio principal, Kalonzo Musyoka, thanked all those who participated in the talks.