Dialogue should be continuous – Kabogo

June 25, 2014 3:07 pm
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Kabogo urged them to desist from insulting the President, adding that dialogue is an everyday process that should happen continuously not conditionally/FILE
Kabogo urged them to desist from insulting the President, adding that dialogue is an everyday process that should happen continuously not conditionally/FILE
KIAMBU, Kenya, Jun 25 – Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has hit out at the Opposition for causing political tension in the country instead of playing its vital role of keeping the government in check.

Kabogo urged them to desist from insulting the President, adding that dialogue is an everyday process that should happen continuously not conditionally.

“Dialogue is a necessity, vital, essential and desirable process. It is surprising that some people only want to use it as a scapegoat for selfish gains,” he regretted.

He was speaking in Ruiru at the Nairobi Institute of Business Studies’ graduation ceremony where he was the chief guest. Kabogo urged the graduands to face life’s struggles positively and responsibly.

“You have done remarkably well, and you have dared to be in school through to the end. Don’t forget to follow your dreams,” he counselled.

The Governor called on the youth to build the nation avoiding the negative influence.

“You are among a select few who have come this far because only a small percentage of children who enrol in basic school stay through to the end,” he said.

He emphasised that the graduating class are the privileged few who have been given the opportunity to make a difference in the country.

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