Deputy President William Ruto has said this week’s mini polls in Kiambu County have signalled that Kenya does not need to change its Constitution to conduct peaceful elections.
He said the country was at a maturing stage, and instabilities occasioned during elections were a thing of the past.
Speaking today in Mathioya, Murang’a County, during the burial of Eliud Buku Munyori, father to his staffer Munyori Buku, the Deputy President explained that the only problem facing the country today are leaders who refuse to accept elections outcome.
“We are keen on discarding the politics of division, and build a united country. That way, we can move our country forward,” he noted.
Dr Ruto said gone were the days of “us-versus-them”.