President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday morning tackled different issues affecting the country.
The Head of State was speaking on Kikuyu vernacular stations in an interview that was aired on Monday morning.
Kenyatta rallied his Mt. Kenya backyard to support the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) dismissing critics who have claimed the document is unpopular in the region.
"The problem is the personalisation of the BBI process. My promise is with Kenyans. To fulfill my pre-election promises and to ensure lasting peace in the country," he said.
The Head of State appealed to health workers to solve the current impasse adding that they shouldn't let any Kenyan suffer.
"I urge health workers not to let Kenyans suffer irrespective of the conflict. Everyone is entitled to their actions, but please let's not have innocent Kenyans suffer.
"We want an efficient health system focusing on health insurance to ensure every Kenyans has access to quality healthcare," he stated.
President Uhuru Kenyatta
On the resumption of face-to-face learning, Kenyatta said that no learner in day schools should be sent home for fees adding that action will be taken against heads of schools who defy the directive.
The president also praised the work by NMS saying that it's transforming the face of the city unlike it was previously.
"I will be launching 17 health facilities in Nairobi over the next six months," Kenyatta said.
Kenyatta also added that his biggest worry was that politicians were so focused on the 2022 election instead of current issues affecting Kenyans.
"People ask what the government is doing. But even those who are going around the country, what do they do when on those cars? They talk about the roads, electricity, and water as part of the achievements of the government," he said.