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NGO Council calls for harmony between the three arms of government  

The NGO Council of Kenya has called for harmony and a close working relationship between various arms of government for enhanced growth and development in the country.

The council lauded the recent meeting between President William Ruto and various arms of government, the Executive, Legislature, and the Judiciary welcoming the truce between the Executive and the judiciary.

“We welcome the meeting by President William Ruto and Chief Justice Martha Koome and their willingness to work for the benefit of the beloved nation and its people,” said National Council of NGOs-Kenya National Chairman Stephen Cheboi.

He continued, “We urge the various arms of government to work together in harmony for the good of the nation. It is positive and encouraging to note that the arms of various arms of government have decided to put aside their differences for the sake of the country.”

Cheboi, in a statement to newsrooms, said that as a Council they are both impressed and encouraged by the two sides agreeing to put aside their differences and work as a unit for the future stability and prosperity of the country.

Cheboi said that Kenya is a law-abiding country that is governed by the rule of law and everyone must follow the rule of law devoid of corruption and favoritism.

“We fully appreciate that the key role played by both arms is crucial. We also laud the government’s willingness to obey court orders and the same should be reciprocated by the judiciary which should appreciate projects being launched that serve the majority public interests. As a Council, we hope that leaders will continue working together for the peace and stability of the nation. We urge all Kenyans to coexist together with one another everywhere in the country,” said Cheboi.

He said that National Council of NGOs shall remain a natural body working for the greater interest of the Kenyan nation and its people.

By Joseph Ng’ang’a

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