13 November 2012

Kenya: Elect Credible Leaders, Uhuru Kin Tells Voters

A cousin to Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta has urged Kiambu voters to elect visionary leaders with a development agenda.

Ann Nyokabi, a women representative aspirant, said the county needs leaders with integrity and managerial skills to run the affairs of the county.

She urged Kenyans to shun presidential aspirants who want to incite communities against each other. She advised the youth not to be used to cause chaos like in the 2007/08 post-election violence.

Nyokabi was speaking at Ituru Catholic Church Hall in Gatundu South during a free eye clinic where more than 700 people were tested and treated. She urged parties in Central region that are supporting TNA to disband and join it.

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