The “brand new president” William Ruto has seemingly gotten down to work after the Supreme Court upheld his victory.
As he awaits his official swearing-in on Tuesday next week, President Ruto on Thursday hosted all newly elected leaders from Nyandarua County.
The breakfast meeting happened at Ruto’s Karen Office in Nairobi. It was attended by among others, Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, Governor Kiarie Badilisha, Deputy Gov. Mathaara Mwangi, Senator John Methu and Women Rep Faith Gitau.
Ruto noted that they held an open dialogue to find consensus on the implementation of their of programs identified during the Economic Forum earlier this year.
“We believe open and continuous dialogue with elected leaders is vital to creating genuine collaboration that will deliver progress for the country,” Ruto said.
Gachagua added: “Our leadership team recognizes consultation and consensus building in the decision-making process.”