Call for unity took center stage at Music legend Joseph Kamarus’ burial with president Uhuru Kenyatta and former premier Raila Odinga leading the calls.
President reaffirmed their unity with Raila saying more are to come what is seen between him with Raila now is just but a beginning.
He asked Kenyans to embrace togetherness and shun tribal politics.
‘‘Our unity here with Raila is beyond normal politics and 2022 presidential race and you people you should expect more,’’ Uhuru added.
According to Kenyatta, never again should his name and Raila be the roots of animosity and tribal politcs saying they will ensure Kenya remains together even after their departure in political arena.
‘‘Our main aim with Raila will see no blood because of politics and we don’t want to be judged with the same.’’ Uhuru stated.
On his part Raila reiterated the unity deal and building bridges initiative nad that the move is to ensure a better Kenya beyond 2022 politics.
Odinga further left mourners in tears when he stated that ‘Cannan’ is peace and that is what he ment to his supporters.
When euologising Kamaru Raila termed him as a national hero who used music to foster peace and unity.
Deputy president on the hand eulogised Kamaru as great singer who used his talent to nature several musicians in central Kenya.
Other leaders who were present includes former presidential candidate Peter Kenneth,Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo among others.
Kamaru died at the age of 79 while receiving special treatment at MP Shah hospital in Nairobi.