By JOSEPH OJWANG.
Leaders from all walks of life converged in Ratta, Seme sub county, to bid farewell to Mama Dorca Nyong’o, the mother to Kisumu Governor Anyang Nyong’o.
Political leaders took the opportunity as the norm to speak politics.
Senate minority leader James Orengo, said the bond between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga is good for the nation.
Orengo said Kenyans were happy with the handshake between the two leaders.
The Siaya Senator said that the remaining three years for President Kenyatta were critical and he must be helped to leave a legacy.
Kisumu County Senator Fred Outa said the country was witnessing a tranquility of pace brought by the two leaders.
Outa said Kenyans must support President Kenyatta and Odinga for a better country.
He noted that those opposing Building Bridges Initiatives were enemies of the people of Kenya.
National Assembly minority leader John Mbadi however called upon President Kenyatta to ensure he leaves the country into the right leadership.
Mbadi said President Kenyatta had fought corruption and anybody taking over must be steadfast.
He said the gains recorded in the country in terms of uniting the nation and fighting corruption should not be washed away.