Jubilee final rally in Nakuru, NASA at Uhuru Park

August 5, 2017 (3 weeks ago) 11:23 am
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The Jubilee Party brigade led by President Uhuru Kenyatta intends to make two mega rallies in Kajiado and a final one at Nakuru County/FILE

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 5- After months of frenzied campaigns curtains finally fall on Saturday marking the end of 2017 voting seeking with all politicians making the last minute appeal to the public, ahead of Tuesday’s General Election.

It will be a busy day for all political players in the country as they pitch tents in various parts of the country.

The National Super Alliance led by their flag bearer Raila Odinga will be at Uhuru Park, hours after their competitors used the venue.

Odinga and his team will be in Mombasa County on Saturday.

The Jubilee Party brigade led by President Uhuru Kenyatta intends to make two mega rallies in Kajiado and a final one at Nakuru County.

Kajiado has more than 300,000 votes up for grab by the one who will convince the residents that they stand to benefit from their leadership.

The president will make address residents of Ongata Rongai, Kiserian, Matasia and then a final one in Ngong before proceeding to Afraha stadium in Nakuru County.

It is at Afraha Stadium that the Jubilee coalition was formed back in 2013.

Nakuru has more than 900,000 registered voters.

Both President Kenyatta and NASA leader Raila Odinga have urged their supporters to come out in large numbers and vote to ensure there is an outright winner in the first round.

The National Super Alliance led by their flag bearer Raila Odinga will be at Uhuru Park, hours after their competitors used the venue/FILE

President Kenyatta on his part has asked Kenyans to remain peaceful during and after voting while assuring that security agencies will on the standby to ensure everything goes as planned.

“We urge Kenyans to continue maintaining peace and co-exist peacefully. They should not fight because of politics,” said President Kenyatta.

President Kenyatta expressed confidence that Kenyans will vote for Jubilee based on its outstanding development track record.

He said once given a second term, Jubilee will be able to complete the projects it has initiated that are at different stages of completion as well as start new ones that will continue to lift the lives of citizens.

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