Leaders from Rift Valley region have called on President Uhuru Kenyatta to declare his support for his deputy William Ruto.
Nandi Governor Stephen and legislators from his county said Ruto was being undermined by forces close to his administration at the watch of the head of State.
Sang and Chesumei MP Wilson Kogo said the president should break his silence over threats by a section of leaders to initiate an impeachment motion against Ruto.
The two leaders said Ruto should not suffer from lashes from his opponents yet he championed for his presidency for two consecutive terms.
They claimed the Building Bridges Initiative was being used by some leaders to campaign against Ruto while pushing to change the constitution to accommodate some power-hungry individuals.
“If this bbi and the processes around it and the politics of the day were being grafted to create an opportunity to certain people and create an avenue to dismember others that is not going to happen.” Said Sang.
Kogo called on Kenyans to be cautious against being misled with politics of division preached during BBI rallies.
“The BBI that we want is the one that will ensure that we have peace and resource to better ourselves and not bbi that brings enemity between Kenya’s ” said Kogo.
The leaders were speaking in chemuswa where they donated a school bus funded by the NG CDF to St. John the Apostle High school Chemuswo Catholic bishop Dominic kimengich was also present to bless the bus.