Deputy President William told members of the judiciary and legislators to work together and serve kenyans, saying no leader was appointed or elected by bad luck.
Speaking at a church service at Nkoroi PCEA in Rongai, Kajiado County, Ruto urged the three arms of the government to work together as they had a responsibility to deliver services to Kenyans
â€œAll of us as leaders serving in either the Judiciary,parliament or the Executive have been elected by the people with the aim of serving them as enshrined in the constitution and nothing short of that,â€ said the former Hague-based Deputy President.
â€œThe problems between parliament and judiciary are obvious turf situations which should be solved as soon as possible and should not be allowed to interfere with government operations,â€ he added.
The Deputy President said there should be a framework where all leaders work together and respect each otherâ€™s institution so as to attain prosperity that Kenyans can share.
â€œAll these institutions are tasked with the same responsibility to serve the people. What we want is harmony. These turf wars are completely unnecessary,â€said Mr Ruto. The DP urged leaders to work as team while undertaking collective responsibilities so that the country can achieve much needed prosperity.