TNA leaders urged to stop squabbling
01 July 2013, 18:06
Nakuru County TNA officials have urged elected leaders in the National Assembly and senate to shelve their interests and work for the electorates who elected them.
The leaders said that the on going squabbles among the leaders were not helping the economy of the country.
In a press release circulated to media on Monday, acting chairman of TNA Harrison Murium said that the public was still waiting for the leaders to get down to business.
“Leaders are failing Kenyans by not delivering services to them and that’s why we want them to solve all the on going squabbles among themselves,” he said.
He added that a lot of things are yet to be done in the County government and that the current politicking by legislators and senators will not help.
The acting chairman called on leaders to concentrate on coming up laws that will propel the economy of the country.
“Politics will not help in bringing change and development in the country; instead, our leaders should work together,” he said.
Murium took issues with USA President Barack Obama saying his failure to visit it Kenya was a blessing in disguise since Kenya as a Christian nation has no business with Obama’s gay gospel to African countries.
He added that Kenyans should not mind the snub by the American President and urged the public to concentrate on building the economy.
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