– The president said his administration will not waver on the transformational agenda to bring about positive change
– He said he was committed to ending cycle of election violence and building cohesive society and stable economy
– The president’s call for change, which he said is not a political agenda, comes weeks after Raila also promised radical change
President Uhuru Kenyatta has advised Kenyans to be prepared for change assuring them his government will not slam the brakes on the transformational agenda.
The head of state cautioned change can sometimes be painful and unforgiving but it would be necessary to leave the things of the past in the past.
Addressing the public on Monday, May 20, the president said Kenya will continue moving forward and that change will have to happen to build a cohesive society.
“Change is sometimes painful, change is sometimes unforgiving, change sometimes makes mistake, but change has to come, and we are committed to ensure that Kenya changes.
He posited in any democracy administrations will always change, but the government will continue to be there.
“In any democracy, administrations will change, and that should not impact business negatively…We need to bring to an end cycles of violence.
And that is why we are focused on trying to ensure we build a cohesive society. That is not a political agenda, it is actually a socio-economic agenda.
If we don’t have cohesion, where do we get predictability form? Where do we get stability from? Where do we get the people to invest beyond a five-year election cycle? he posed.Loading...
Uhuru’s call for change comes a few weeks after Opposition leader Raila Oding told Kenyans to expect some radical changes in the near future.
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