Many Kenyans are of the view that the new president should be left to reorganize his government without hindrances from his deputy, or any quarter.
Every second wasted on speculation only leads to runaway rumor; and costly insinuations.
President Kenyatta took office not so a popular leader, he has shown, in the many statements he has made since then, that his government will be all-inclusive. His actions, and humility, has endeared skeptics, confounded foes and tempered the strong feelings of those whose votes he never got.
Kenyans are behind the new president. Kenyans, even from regions that never voted for the president see in him a man not full of vengeance; a man ready to work for all.
As the rest of the country accepts his presidency, it is incumbent that those who propelled him to power realize he is now the head of this republic. He is now the President of the republic of Kenya.
While we take a position that his government must be put under spotlight; the ills illuminated and those who may want to derail it named and shamed, we remain duty bound to point out positive progress. That is what literary activism is all about.
Name your cabinet, Mr President; the rest will take their course!