Published: Wed, March 14, 2018
World | By Melba Underwood

United Nations welcomes Uhuru, Raila deal

United Nations welcomes Uhuru, Raila deal

The United Nations through its Secretary General António Guterres has hailed the unity pact reached between President Kenyatta and National Super Alliance (Nasa) leader Raila Odinga.

Instead, he will work with him on fostering national unity.

The lawmakers are Gatanga MP Joseph Nduati, Murang'a Woman Representative Sabina Chege, Igamba Ng'ombe MP Patrick Munene and Kipipiri's Amos Kimunya.

Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed said the scholarships will boost Kenya's efforts to become food secure since they are agriculture and technology related.

Nduati urged the President to give Raila a government job through which he can serve Kenyans and make his supporters feel included in the administration.

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The development came as People's Assemblies Organising Committee led by Economist David Ndii announced the suspension of the forums in favour of the inclusivity program as opposed to pursuing a parallel path to inclusivity. "We are therefore in this spirit suspending the people's assembly process".

"It is very telling when you see the co-principals of NASA trying to seek explanations from a principal who is 'more equal'than the rest."In the absence of Raila, there is no (NASA) rally, there is no 'oomph!' stated Wamatangi".

The two leaders said they had resolved to bury the hatchet for the sake of the country.

"It is better to reason together than separately", he said.

"Our caucus remains proactive, hawkeyed to initiate and support activities that will ensure speedy resolution of prevalent questions", he said. "Stoking and threatening violence are not acceptable, nor are extra-Constitutional measures to seize power", they said, apparently referring to Mr Odinga's "People's President" push.

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