Ruto takes campaign to Meru
21 May 2012, 17:18
Eldoret North MP William Ruto urged the Meru Community to forget the old politics of handpicking leaders saying the new dawn has come for Kenyans to elect leaders who are ready to unite and rule this nation with integrity.
The presidential hopeful who was speaking at Meru, Nkubu, Mikinduri and Laare towns in Meru County during his three days presidential campaigns tour in the region ,Ruto said this nation need a president who is devoted to unite all tribes across the nation and ready to fight poverty in a bid to stabilize the living standards of all people.
He said people should not elect leaders who are good at giving sweet empty promises by giving ogre stories which will never come true noting Kenyans are tired of listening to non visionary candidates who are not ready to deliver.
“This time there will be no guess work, we are tired of listening to ‘Hadithi, vitendawili, Sarakasi and Mkeka Nusu what we want is words with action,” said Ruto.
Speaking at Nkubu In Imenti South District When He opened a URP Party Office,Ruto said candidates who are good at giving ogre stories which will never come true should never be elected as leaders of this nation.
He urged residents to be keen on leaders who will be out to manipulate voters for their own personal political interest and asked them to vote wisely to a candidate who is corporative and ready to lead this nation to greater heights.
“Some leaders are not corporative and it’s hard to work with them and those are the leaders whom we should not elect as the leaders of this nation. We need a President who will rule this nation with love and a humble heart just like President Kibaki.” Said the MP.
Accompanied by Moyale MP Mohammed Ali,the former mugirago MP, Omingo Magara, the former National Speaker Ole Kaparo and Tigania MP,Peter Munya he legislator assured residents that the United Republican Party will win the next election and form the next government.
He said if he win the next election he promise to deliver to his promises of uniting Kenyans and fighting poverty among other key factor like creating jobs for the youths.
Ruto noted that there more than 10 millions Kenyans are facing hunger a move he said is a big shame to the country that got independent 50 years ago.
The former Agriculture Minister said the government needs to promote proper Farming in order to curb the food shortage crisis facing many Kenyans.
“We cannot talk of change when we cannot change the lives of common mwananchi has not changed many Kenyans cannot afford to buy food because of high prices of commodities this need to addressed urgently by the government,” said the legislator.
He said that despite the facts that they are in different parties they are ready to walk together in one accord and unity without being divided by anybody towards promoting a better Kenya after the general electionsssw noting the 2007 and 2008 post elections violence will never reoccur again.
Ruto reiterated that those thinking that the nation will fight again they are living in the dreamland assuring residents that Kenya will have a peaceful election come the next general election.
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