West Pokot County Dialogue conference Group has called on the building bridges initiative to push for an all-inclusive government to avert political polarization witnessed in the Country.
The group comprising of religious leaders, elders, disabled, women and youth leaders raised concern over the building bridges initiative through the handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga which was tasked to spearhead foster peace across the Nation saying is not inclusive and has created a gap placing the Country in a permanent campaign mood.
The leaders said that the constitution and legal reforms should provide inclusive President, Deputy President, Prime Minister and two deputy prime ministers and observe two-thirds gender rule.
The leaders who held a two days conference in Kapenguria came up with resolutions and recommendations for them to unite as a stakeholder to preach peace to foster reconciliation, peace and prosperity in the country.
They said the country has seen an increase in divisions, which have resulted in anxiety among the general public.
They said dialogue and reconciliation will reduce tension and help Kenyans embrace peace and unity, in order to foster national development.
The leaders who are among those who met during National dialogue Conference in September 2019 at Ufungamano House in Nairobi called for reconciling and restoring Kenya through Countrywide structured dialogue.