The Cord alliance today wound up its campaign tour of the Tana Delta when they addressed a public rally at Garsen Primary School grounds.
Prime Minister Raila Odinga, who is the alliance's candidate promised that his government will implement the constitution and ensure there is adequate security in the area and carry out all the reforms.
He urged the residents to vote for him and pledged to boost the country's economy and improve the living standards of Kenyans. The PM said his government will invest in the marginalised areas to redress the social economic imbalance in the country.
Raila said insecurity and food shortages and witnessed in some parts of the country will be a thing of the past. He said the government will start irrigation schemes in arid and semi arid areas.
"We will bring an end to insecurity in this region and we will make sure the three communities of Ardei, Orma and Pokomo live in harmony. We don't want Kenyans butchering each other." Vice-President Kalonzo Musyoka said the Cord coalition will win on the first round.
He called on the residents of the Tana Delta to shun tribal animosity that has been blamed for the violence that has rocked the area recently.
Lands minister James Orengo said only Cord alliance has leaders that will ensure land reforms are carried out. "We will address the land issue once and for all," said Orengo.
Minister Fred Gumo said only Cord coalition has leaders with the will to change the country adding that others are self seekers who do not have the interests of the country at heart.