Moses Wetangula, the National Assembly Speaker, has encouraged the people of Kenya to exercise patience and back the government during these challenging economic times. Speaking at a church event held at St. Anthony Cathedral in Kilifi County on Sunday morning, Wetangula emphasized that the election period has concluded, and it is now time to implement government policies, regardless of one’s political affiliation.
He urged Kenyans to allow their elected leaders the time needed to fulfill their duties, highlighting President William Ruto’s commitment to reconciliation through bipartisan discussions with the opposition.
Wetangula was joined by MPs Innocent Mugabe from Likuyani constituency and Ali Wario from Garsen constituency, where they also made contributions to the church choir and children’s projects.
In a separate event on Saturday in Tana River County, Wetangula reiterated his call for Kenyans to come together and support President Ruto’s endeavors.
He praised President Ruto as the only leader who has demonstrated a genuine commitment to serving the people, urging the nation to unite behind him for the collective progress of the country.
Wetangula informed residents that the government is actively working on restoring peace in Tana River, promising that Interior CS Kithure Kindiki will visit to discuss ways to enhance security in the region.