Eagle coalition presidential candidate Peter Kenneth has asked Kenyans to elect genuine youth and performers to leadership position during the forth coming elections.
Speaking at Sotik Primary School in Bomet during his campaign tour of Bomet on Wednesday, Kenneth said his opponents are imposters who are neither youthful nor reformers.
"Every one us seeking office should let Kenyans choose the real youth and reformers who can discharge the duties to their satisfaction is," Kenneth said.
He said presidential candidates should not impose themselves on Kenyans saying they should let their development track record "speak" for them instead of giving empty promises.
"If there is anyone who claims to have a good work history like the one I have let him show us. All these presidential aspirants moving around and saying they will deliver if elected have been in politics for a long time but their people have nothing to show for it," he said. Kenneth was accompanied by his runningmate Ronald Osumba and Bomet governor aspirant Julius Kones.