Thursday October 25, 2018-President Uhuru Kenyatta has said unifying the country and fighting corruption are among his key pillars of legacy when he retires in 2022.
Speaking when he officially opened the M-Pesa Foundation Academy in Thika on Wednesday, Uhuru said he was optimistic that by the time of his retirement in 2022, he would have united the country and won the war on graft.
“It is my hope that I will leave a united and cohesive society, and that we shall have won the war on corruption,” said Uhuru.
Uhuru made the remarks while responding to a student who asked him what he wanted to be remembered for once he left office.
The President’s latest remarks perhaps point out how serious he is about his legacy.
 On March 9th, he started his journey of uniting the country when he met National Super Alliance (NASA) leader, Raila Odinga at Harambee House.
The two political protagonists agreed to bury their political differences and work for a united Kenya.

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