Maintain peace and come out in large numbers to vote Uhuru,DP Ruto urge supporters as they lead Jubilee  campaigns in Nairobi

Maintain peace and come out in large numbers to vote Uhuru,DP Ruto urge supporters as they lead Jubilee campaigns in Nairobi

BY KORIR JUMA,NAIROBI,9TH SEPT 2017-President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto on Saturday  9th Sept,led Jubilee campaigns in various parts of the City before culminating into a major rally  at the Uhuru Park in Nairobi.

Addressing their supporters at Uhuru park,president Kenyatta  said the Jubilee government had achieved  much more in the past five years they have been in power.

Uhuru says they had constructed the standard gauge railway,improved power supply in  over 90 percent of homes in the country,established various funds to empower various groups of  people in the country among them the youth and women among others.

He says Jubilee agenda was for a better kenya today and Tomorrow.He urged Jubilee supporters to come out in large numbers and vote for them  on 17th of October just as it was the case in the August 8 exercise.”Mjitokeze  kwa amani,our battle tutamalizia kwa debe sio ngumi”.he said.

The president further urged Kenyans to maintain peace n and love one another   irrespective of their tribes.”Tuendelee kuwa na amani na kupendana, jirani kwa jirani bila kujali kabila la yeyote yule”.said the president.

On his part the deputy president William Ruto accused the supreme court of working together with their opponents to deny them their win.According to the deputy president Jubilee won majority of sits in both the national assembly and the senate as well as many governors sits as compared to their opponents  confirming that they also won the presidency.

”We want to tell the supreme court at the heart of any democracy there is  aright of citizens to make  a decision,the decision of citizens must be respected you can not sacrifice votes of kenya people”.he said.

He said the decision of Kenya people who will come out and vote on October 17 will be respected.

Ruto has also told the electoral commission chair Wafula Chebukati to stop shifting blames to other junior staff of the commission following the bungled  August 8 election and instead be ready for the fresh elections.

National Exams

The deputy president also had bone to pick with the opposition leader Raila Odinga whom he has blamed for his intention to disrupt the national exams calendar. According to Ruto, Odinga has no certificate in Primary or secondary school education that is why he  sees no importance of such exams.”He doesn’t know pain of waiting for an exam for 8 or 4 years, that’s why he says children won’t die if its postponed”.said Ruto.

The deputy president affirmed that as long as president Kenyatta was the president of Kenya and himself his deputy exams will not be disrupted.Odinga had said that it was okay for exams to be postponed for at least a week or be brought forward  to pave way for the fresh round of elections.

Other leaders present were Nairobi governor Mike Sonko,Majority leader in the national assembly Aden Duale,Senator Kipchumba Murkomen among others.Former Makadara member of parliament Reuben Ndolo and Fred Gumo joined Jubilee from Nasa.


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