Nandi Governor Stephen Sang has called upon North Rift residents to remain calm amid the political tribulations facing Deputy President William Ruto over succession politics in the country.
Speaking to journalist in his office, the governor said that the local leaders would not condone any negative utterances which will degenerate to skirmishes as a result of political out-sput between the president Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy.
He also called upon the two principals to amicably iron out their differences and focus in serving Kenyans to revitalize the economy.
“It is clear that some of the decisions being made out there are intended to create tension, mistrust and instability to cause a situation where members of the public in the in the community to go out there demonstrating because their leader is being targeted,” he claimed.
Governor sang castigated the swapping of security GSU with the administration police unity urging that it indicates something mischievous is being plotted against the second-in-command
He, however, urged the civil servants and security officers to avoid being used to execute unlawful tasks and remain apolitical as they deliver services in the independent public institutions.
“This country will be there after the elections and you will account for whatever decision that you make outside the law, we are all guided by the law and I call all the public officers not to allow politicians to use them to carry out their political vendetta,” cautioned Sang.