, NAIROBI, Kenya, Jun 3 – The Opposition outfit, National Super Alliance team on Saturday officially launched its presidential campaign with the aim of taking its candidate Raila Odinga to the State House.
The launch was kicked off in Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega with all the NASA principals that include Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi, Issac Ruto and Moses Wetangula ready for campaigns.
Speaking while he launched the campaign CORD leader Raila Odinga was hopeful of a win citing to have already 10 million votes at hand.
He urged NASA supporters to confirm their voter registration details as the exercise nears closer.
When voted in, Odinga promised huge reforms in the police force, security for all Kenyans and ease the cost of living.
“I am urging all supporters to come out in large numbers and vote so that we can take the Jubilee team home,” Odinga told a cheering crowd in Kakamega.
“We have looked at the numbers in all ways and would like to assure Kenyans that we will win. We need you to be vigilant and ensure that we take Jubilee home,” he said.
The launch has precedence to heated campaigns going forward as both NASA and Jubilee battle it out for Statehouse in August Election.
“The only hope for Kenya is NASA, we are already catching up with Jubilee according to the recent polls, let’s allow Raila Odinga to take is to Canaan,” said Kalonzo Musyoka during the mega rally.
On his part, NASA co-principal Musalia Mudavadi said the team is only keen on changing the lives of Kenyans citizens through increased investments in local communities.
Meanwhile, President Uhuru Kenyatta has camped at Nakuru County as part of Jubilee campaigns for his re-election in the polls.
In the last six days, the President and the Deputy President have blitzed through 11 counties, showcasing their delivery credentials, and asking Kenyans to keep faith with their team, which has delivered on the promises it has made.
President Kenyatta is urged Kenyans to vote for him and his Jubilee team for the continuation of development and progress.
“We have not let you down on development in the last four and a half years. We intend to do more to transform the country in the next five years. That is why we are asking for your votes,” President Kenyatta said.
The President spoke on Saturday – the second day of his meet-the-people tour of Nakuru County – at Salgaa and Rongai, two of the centres where he and Deputy President William Ruto stopped to address thousands of Jubilee supporters.
President Kenyatta affirmed his administration’s commitment to tame the rising food prices, especially of maize, saying the importation of the grain will continue until farmers harvest their crop.
The President also appealed to all Kenyans to embrace peace, which has prevailed for the last four and a half years, enabling his administration to implement projects that have transformed the country.
“We want to maintain the prevailing peace across the country because it has enabled us to make significant strides in development,” the President said.