, NAIROBI, Kenya, Jun 3 – President Uhuru Kenyatta is set to tour Nakuru County on Saturday as part of Jubilee campaigns for his re-election in the August 8 General Election.
President Kenyatta will visit Rongai, Kuresoi, Molo and Njoro before holding a public rally in Nakuru town.
On Friday, the President toured Nyandarua County where he told residents that the choice in the August 2017 election is between his team that has delivered on its pledges of investing in the Kenyan people against opponents feeding the nation on empty propaganda.
President Kenyatta told residents to keep the faith in their team, which has already delivered on pledges to build a new rail and roads and provided cleaner water, free maternity for women, and clean exams.
He said the visit to the counties marked the start of his campaigns, but the tour came after whistle stops through seven counties on Wednesday when he commissioned “Madaraka Express” SGR, and a visit to Nyeri for Madaraka Day on Thursday.
“The choice is clear. They say they are 10-million strong. But we represent all Kenyans, 45-million strong. We want no Kenyan to be left behind in our journey of transformation and economic uplifting,” President Kenyatta told thousands of people in Nyahururu.
On Sunday, the Head of State will attend a church service and thereafter hold a forum with stakeholders of the Matatu industry in Nakuru.
Meanwhile, the NASA team will also campaign in Kakamega and Nandi on Saturday as they seek to consolidate their support across the country.