Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong has urges President Uhuru Kenyatta and National Super Alliance leader Raila Odinga to form a coalition government instead of battling.
Speaking during his swearing in ceremony on Monday following his re-election, the ODM governor said the the unity of the country is at risk and called on the two to form a joint government. He asked Raila to Withdraw the presidential results petition at the Supreme Court and negotiate a coalition government with Uhuru.
"I call upon [Uhuru] and [Raila] to sit down and come with a united grand government instead of heading to the court because it will tear our nation further."
President Uhuru was declared the winner of August 8th elections, but Raila has filed a petition at the supreme court seeking nullification of President Uhuru's victory.
Ojaamong pledged to form an all inclusive government by including those who lost in the elections.
"I am forming an all-inclusive government with everyone. I will give them one-year renewable contracts to ensure they are on their toes and serve the people of Busia diligently and without favour," he stated.
"Busia will shine because we now have the chance to serve our people as elections are over . It's time to deliver what we all promised the electorate."