Thank you! President Kenyatta says for active participation in Jubilee primaries

April 29, 2017 10:40 am
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On his meet-the-people tour of his populous Kiambu home county, the President thanked Jubilee supporters for coming out in large numbers to exercise their democratic rights/PSCU

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 29 – President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday met and thanked Governors Ken Lusaka, Salim Mvurya, Samuel Kuntai Ole Tunai and Hussein Dado for standing with the Jubilee Party and helping in the quest to deepen democracy in the country.

The President was speaking at a meeting at State House, Nairobi that was also attended by Deputy President William Ruto. He commended them for their role in creating a conducive environment for free, fair, transparent and credible Jubilee Party primaries in their areas.

The governors were accompanied by legislators Gideon Mung’aro, Joyce Lay and Dan Mwazo. The three – all former opposition MPs – will contest the August 8 elections on Jubilee tickets.

The President said he appreciated their partnering with the Jubilee Government in its transformative agenda to grow the economy and lift the lives of Kenyans.

Governors Lusaka (Bungoma), Dado (Tana River) and Mvurya (Kwale), and Taita Taveta Senator Mwazo on Friday accompanied the President on his meet-the-people tour of his populous Kiambu home county.

Residents of Witeithie when President Kenyatta visited the area on Thursday/PSCU

During the tour, the President thanked Jubilee supporters for coming out in large numbers to exercise their democratic rights and to give him a new team to participate in the August polls.

In the primaries, the people have sent a clear message that leaders must prudently manage public resources and deliver efficient services to the electorate if they wanted to retain their elective posts.

President Kenyatta called on all leaders who clinched the Jubilee Party’s ticket to give priority to the interests of the electorate, and always focus on areas that will improve the lives of Kenyans.

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