Kenneth: What did you do about land, Raila?

February 10, 2013 2:31 pm
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He urged Kenyans to ask the PM and his Lands Minister to tell them what they had done while in office to address land issues/CFM
He urged Kenyans to ask the PM and his Lands Minister to tell them what they had done while in office to address land issues/CFM
NYAHURURU, Kenya, Feb 10 – The Eagle alliance led by Peter Kenneth and his running mate Ronnie Osumba on Sunday traversed three counties in the Rift Valley region.

The alliance was in Nakuru, Nyandarua and Laikipia counties.

The two attended a church service in the morning at PCEA Subukia Town Church, Nakuru County before embarking on the campaign trail in the region later in the day.

Kenneth continued to urge Kenyans that he was the right candidate for the leadership of this country as he didn’t have any tribal affiliations and he was totally against tribalism saying it was one of the greatest misfortunes Kenya was facing.

Kenneth said that those who were advising him to try 2017, they should look at Kenya like a sick patient who required immediate surgery and not to wait for five years in order to get treatment.

Kenneth said that Kenya just needed someone who was ready to work hard for the people of this country. He urged the electorate to seriously evaluate the other leaders’ track records before they go to the polls.

Kenneth said that this election was about issues and the people of Kenya. He said that the other contenders were talking about the problems that the Kenyan people are facing yet they didn’t have a solution for the problems.

Kenneth hit out at the Prime Minister challenging him about the land issues the PM had been talking about yet the Lands Minister was among his clique.

He urged Kenyans to ask the PM and his Lands Minister to tell them what they had done while in office to address land issues.

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