The governor of Nairobi Johnson Sakaja has suggestively told President William Ruto to allow a handshake with opposition leader Raila Odinga.
Johnson said that anti-government protests will affect the economy.
“None wants a handshake/Nusu mkate but we must acknowledge all leaders. You must be able to hear what are their legitimate concerns. In very tough times even from the time of President Moi, decisions have been made that are bigger than an individual. This is our country all of us and everyone must be made to feel as Kenyan as the other person. The politics of exclusion are not politics of Kenya Kwanza,” he said.