We’re confident of landslide victory in 2017, say Jubilee leaders
National Assembly Majority leader Aden Duale and Kericho Senator Charles Keter have said that they are confident of a landslide victory for Jubilee in the 2017 general elections.
Speaking in Bureti Constituency during a fundraiser for the construction of classrooms at Kaplutiet Secondary School, Duale said that South Rift and Central region voters would guarantee a win for Jubilee.
He added that the return of key politicians from ODM, led by former Roads Minister Franklin Bett, would give the party a great boost.
The Garissa Town MP stated that Deputy President William Ruto commands a huge support in North Eastern adding this will help boost the party’s chances of winning.
He accused CORD politicians of inciting leaders from Western Kenya from honoring an invitation by President Uhuru Kenyatta to Statehouse in Nairobi over the Uganda sugar deal.
Duale launched a scathing attack on the opposition for fighting the deal Uganda export sugar to Kenya to meet the country’s deficit.
On his part, Keter said that in their two years of leadership, President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto had gained enough political ground to ensure a landslide in 2017.
The Senator also thanked Jamleck Mbuba, Deputy County Commissioner Kericho West for notable effort to end alcoholism and drug abuse.
Former roads minister Franklin Bett was also present at the function.
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