Following the alleged mishandling of the August 8, 2017 presidential election that saw the victory of President Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto nullified by the Supreme Court, Kabando - together with other top Jubilee politicians including former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo called on the Kenyatta and Odinga-led faction to sit down and dialogue.
In a joint statement read by Musila on Tuesday morning, the leaders who included former Kilome lawmaker Regina Ndambuki said by putting aside their differences for the good of the country, the two leaders had demonstrated true statesmanship.
Their joint statement said "Kenyans should overcome negative ethnicity by acting in the understanding that elections on their own are not solution to our challenges".
Intimating that he may not be running again for the Presidency, he said working together with President Kenyatta would give him the chance to forge electoral reforms between now and 2022, which would be to the advantage of his three colleagues who harbour State House ambitions.
In a press address, Mr. Ndii hailed President Kenyatta and Mr. Odinga for acknowledging that the country was facing a unity crisis hence the need to commence a healing process.
The Mt Kenya leaders now say that the talks between Uhuru and Raila should be replicated across the country and that no life should be lost as a result of politics.
Guterres further assured of United Nation's support towards the peace and unity initiative started by two former political antagonists.
"Today both of these men showed great leadership in coming together in the agreement that they signed today". In this, we look forward to constructive engagement with the @JubileePartyK in line with the path taken by H.