Through their umbrella body, the Council of Governors (COG), the leaders decided to form a 10-member committee to spearhead the agenda on national reconciliation, dialogue, and healing.
“As Governors, our position is that Kenya must remain united and cohesive for this and future generations. We want peace, unity, and cohesion. We will not stand by as the country gets torn apart by ethnicity and tribal politics.
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“There is need for us Governors to apply ourselves as instruments of peace in the country in light of the prevailing political circumstances. We are leaders in our right & implore on all leaders to come together & seek ways to cool political temperatures.
“We call upon all political leaders to support peace and unity. We must all seek dialogue and resist from perpetuating polarized agendas. This is the only way we will refocus our energies on development,” COG stated.
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