President Uhuru Kenyatta today led top political and religious leaders in a reconciliation exercise during this year’s national prayer breakfast in Nairobi. While calling on Kenyans and leaders to forgive each other, the President paraded opposition leaders Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka before they shook hands with Deputy President William Ruto. The four leaders stood in a show of unity and forgave each other following an election campaigns prior to last year’s general elections.
The President said that in the face of democracy, differences will always be there but cautioned that they should not divide Kenyans. He said democracy should not manifest into disunity and destruction of property. He said what Kenyans are yearning for is good housing, quality health care and electricity to sustain the manufacturing sector.
The president warned those engaged in corruption adding that they will not succeed in hiding behind their tribes.