November 23, 2017

Uhuru: No one will block Kenyans from voting

President Uhuru Kenyatta has once again stressed that the Government will not allow any person to block Kenyans from voting during the October 26 repeat presidential election.

“There is no way that the government will allow any person to block any voter from exercising their right to choose the leader or leaders of their choice,” President Uhuru reiterated on Friday (29/9/17).

President Uhuru accompanied by Deputy President William Ruto, spoke in Busia town where he formally received former MP, Paul Utuoma.

Deputy President Ruto said the National Super Alliance (NASA) is not ready for elections because it has already sensed a loss in the fresh showdown.

“Our friends in the Opposition are not interested in elections because they have no votes. They have already sensed defeat and that’s why they are looking for ways of getting to power through the backdoor.

“They have resorted to demonstrations with the aim of causing chaos and bloodshed with the hope of making the country ungovernable so that they can negotiate for a ‘nusu mkate’ government. But that will not happen,” Ruto indicated.

Mr Otuoma pointed out that he has supported the former Prime Minister since 1992 but development has not been achieved in Western Kenya and the country at large.

“My brother William Ruto left us in ODM still singing about baba and now he is the Deputy President. We have said enough is enough and this is why we want to support Jubilee, the winning team.

“We want to form the next Government with the people of Busia being part of President Kenyatta’s transformative agenda,” declared Otuoma.

The President and his deputy were also accompanied by Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa (Water and Irrigation), Ababu Namwamba, Chris Okemo and Fred Gumo in the vote hunting mission.

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