•Guyo further said that despite the economy being bad in the state, the government is attempting to address the situation and soon it will stabilize.
•Speaker Mohamed Roba Qoto who said the county was in support of President William Ruto's government.
Isiolo leaders have now declared the county a no-protest zone.
This comes after Opposition leader Raila Odinga called for countrywide mass action, to protest the high cost of living among other issues.
Speaking to the Star, Isiolo Governor Abdi Hassan Guyo said that the county had no time to engage in activities that won't lead to development in the country.
"Time for politics is over and we closed the chapter in August 2022. If we engage in protests and vandalize properties, will we be building or destroying our county?' he posed.
Guyo further said that despite the economy being bad in the state, the government is attempting to address the situation and soon it will stabilize.
His statement was echoed by Isiolo county assembly Speaker Mohamed Roba Qoto who said the county was in support of President William Ruto's government.
Speaking in Isiolo, he said that he was focused on making sure the residents pass legislations that will bring services to the residents.
"Kama Isiolo, sisi hatuendi kwa streets kufanya maandamano, tuko nyuma ya serikali ya Rais William Ruto. We assure the president of our full support! Baada ya uchaguzi serikali ya Mheshimiwa Rais William Ruto ndio ilichukua usukani," Qoto added.
Earlier, Isiolo leaders led by Governor Guyo said they will work with President William Ruto despite Azimio's declaration that it does not recognise the government.
He said that it was prudent for leaders to accept defeat when they lose in elections.
Jubilee reaped major victories in Isiolo with Guyo becoming governor, Fatuma Dullo winning the senatorial contest and Mumina Bonaya the Woman Rep race. Joseph Samal won the Isiolo North MP race while Mohamed Tubi became Isiolo South MP.
Governor Guyo said his government is ready to work with President Ruto.
He said the interests of Isiolo residents would always come first before any political alignment.