Uhuru rubbishes Raila-Mudavadi alliance as a POWER HUNGRY union
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday dismissed the much hyped National Super Alliance (NASA) saying it is a group of power hungry leaders who only care about their selfish interests.
Addressing wananchi in Kericho’s Kipchimchim Grounds, Brooke and Chepseon areas after launching various development projects, President Kenyatta said the greed for power by opposition leaders is betrayed by the manner in which they are obsessed with creating more positions for themselves in disregard of the Constitution of Kenya 2010.
“You see them in press conferences at hotels talking about who will take the position of President, Prime Minister, and Deputy President. Where is the agenda for Kenyans?” wondered the President.
The President who was accompanied by his deputy, William Ruto, said Kenyans will not benefit from how power hungry leaders share positions in Government.
“Kenya would have moved forward were it not for the type of leadership promoted by some politicians.”
Kenyatta said no amount of intimidation and noise making will deter the Government from implementing its agenda for the country.
“Our focus is to initiate development projects that have direct positive impact on the lives of Kenyans when those in the opposition are busy talking of creating more positions for themselves.”
“Creation of more positions like those of Prime Minister, four Vice Presidents among others are just selfish and has nothing to do with improving the lives of Kenyans,” he added.
On his part, the Deputy President dismissed the plans by the opposition to create more positions for themselves other than exploring ways of creating employment opportunities for the youth.
“These are individuals who only think about themselves. They have no agenda for Kenyans at all,” said Ruto
Also accompanying the President were MPs Aaron Cheruiyot (Kericho), Stephen Sang (Nandi), Kipchumba Murkomen (Elgeyo Marakwet), Benjamin Langat (Ainamoi), Justice Kemei (Soin /Sigowet), Jackson Rop (Kipkellion West), Leonard Sang (Buret), Hellen Chepkwony (Kericho) and Governor Paul Chepkwony (Kericho)
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