Deputy president William Ruto urged leaders to focus on serving the people instead of engaging in meaningless political debates.
Ruto said it would be very unfair for the leaders to always politick while people are waiting for service delivery.
Speaking in Kandara Murang’a when he attended the burial of Gibson Kinyanjui, the brother to Kandara Mp Alice Wahome, the deputy president said what is important for now is to ensure people get what they deserve.
“We need to show commitment and have focus to fulfill the promises we gave to the people while campaigning,” he said.
“Those who campaigned and got their seats should work for their electorate and those who failed should wait for the next elections,” added Ruto.
The DP said there are power brokers who want to set false political agenda for the country to suit their own interests.
“We don’t want anybody who will bring us politics of division on tribal and ethnic basis, there is no time for playing dirty games” he said.