Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi has promised to wipe away matters of insecurity and cattle rustling in Laikipia County if elected the fourth president of Kenya.
He has urged Kenyans to be vigilant especially on the Alshabaab attacks in order to have a secure Kenya.
Mudavadi noted that Laikipia harbors a variety of tribes and that a lot of people world-wide are now investing in Laikipia due to its flourished tourism.
The Sabatia Mp had pitched tent at Nanyuki’s central park where he was joint by Shinyalu Mp Justus Kizito, Assistant Minister for industrialization Nderitu Murithi, Ndaragwa Mp Jeremiah Kioni, Lurambi Mp Manyala Keya, politician Mary Wambui, nominated Mp George Omari Nyamwaya and UDF National Chairman Hassan Osman.
The UDF’s presidential candidate who had branded himself a Kikuyu name ‘Macharia’ urged Kenyans to embrace peace and choose a leader whom they respect but not that whom they fear.
He has said that President Mwai Kibaki will have left a good legacy and that he will be fully committed in serving the people of Kenya without fear.
Mudavadi said that he is the shortest serving Vice President of Kenya and that he backed Hon Uhuru Kenyatta in presidential race at that time, adding that the two of them are united again geared towards serving the people of Kenya.
Reacting to his ODM opponents, the deputy prime minister said, “If you are Pele and you used to score goals at that time, this time you won’t score because I am Messi”.
The team accused its opponent ODM for bragging about being real reformists and instead told them that Kenyans want transparency and accountability.
“We decided to get out of ODM because it turned out to be One Dangerous Man party”, said Shinyalu Mp Justus Kizito.
Mudavadi also officially opened a new office in Nanyuki town and urged the youth and women in the region to join the party adding that they are the ones who will determine the leadership of Kenya.
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