Bring it on, we are more than ready to face you - Jubilee dares Nasa
In a bid to drum up support the two cited some of their development record such as the connection of 55 per cent of Kenyans to the power grid in the last four years .
President Uhuru Kenyatta equally took jabs at the Opposition to first put its house in order before threatening the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).
“People should streamline their parties in readiness for the August elections and stop interfering with IEBC who are working to ensure free, fair and credible elections,” President Kenyatta said.
The President made the remarks on Saturday during a tour of Kiambu County while in the company of his deputy, William Ruto who also read from the same script and labeled NASA as full of ‘power hungry’ leaders who lack vision.
Ruto in characteristic fashion also told off the opposition to first sort out themselves ‘Kujipanga’ by settling on who will be their presidential candidate before dreaming of unseating them.
“The difference between us and our competitors is like day and night. While Jubilee’s priority is development, our opponents’ priority is how they will share positions,” Ruto said.
In a bid to drum up support the two cited some of their development record such as the connection of 55 per cent of Kenyans to the power grid in the last four years compared to only 30 per cent who had electricity before the Jubilee Government assumed office in 2013.
“We ask you to give us a second term so that we can ensure 100 per cent of Kenyans are connected to electricity,” President Kenyatta said.
The Opposition, under the National Super Alliance (NASA) has been gaining intensity and following within the past one month is consolidating itself to front one candidate who will face off with President Kenyatta at the polls.
Uhuruto visit to Kiambu comes in the wake of NASA tour to Meru where they received a resounding welcome that worried some Jubilee leaders that the outfit maybe making incursion in their strongholds.
Additionally in the backdrop of massive defection from Jubilee to Maendeleo Chap Chap the President sought to stop the hemorrhage by assuring Jubilee aspirants that they will be accorded equal chance during nominations in .
Other leaders who accompanied the president included Majority leader Aden Duale, Kiambu Governor William Kabogo, Senator Kimani Wamatangi, Senator Mike Sonko and several Members of Parliament from the region.
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