Jubilee reaches out to delegates of affiliate parties
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday urge Jubilee and affiliated parties delegates to remain united and focused to ensure a victory in the fresh presidential elections slated for October 26.
Speaking at State House, Nairobi, President Kenyatta told the delegates that they are competing against opponents who are trying to create a hostile political environment on the basis of tribal animosity.
“We don’t want abusive, divisive and tribal politics. We know we have an agenda to unite and bring Kenyans together, build roads and improve the general welfare of our citizens,” said the President Kenyatta, adding “I know by working together we will win and implement the Jubilee transformative agenda of uniting Kenyans.”
President Kenyatta said that Jubilee will be vindicated as a party that stands for the interests of all Kenyans after the fresh presidential election.
“You will see people standing strong because of the type of politics which we believe in, of propagating policies which will ensure Kenya stands strong,” said President Kenyatta.
On his part, DP Ruto said Jubilee is now working on strategies aimed at increasing and securing its electoral majority, including working with those who did not manage to secure elective seats in the August 8 poll.
“We must grow our numbers by persuading those who didn’t vote for us. We must be selfless, we must be magnanimous. Lets bring everybody in this mission. Let us make sure we are one team,” the Deputy President urged the delegates.
Also in attendance at the State House function were former Governors Peter Munya (Meru), Hussein Dado (Tana River), Moses Akaranga (Vihiga), John Mruttu (Taita Taveta) and former Wiper chairman David Musila.
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