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GG: TNA still a force to reckon with

03 December 2012, 10:33 James Kabotia

Former cabinet Minister G.G Kariuki urged Kenyans to be careful as they approach the 2013 general election.

The veteran politician urged Kenyans to remain united and peaceful saying that they are the owners of the nation.

“There are many political parties and some have been formed on tribal basis and some have lost national aspirations. You should know that we are not electing a party but an individual who will represent us fully,” warned Kariuki.

Kariuki who is also eying for the senator seat in Laikipia County on a TNA ticket said that the party with majority members will certainly win the forthcoming elections.

“There are no experts in politics. Uhuru Kenyatta is the best Presidential candidate because the entire TNA movement which has majority members have found him the best suit for the post,” noted Kariuki.

He was addressing the public at Nanyuki town hall on Friday where he gave out civic education about the structure of the next devolved government to Laikipia East residents.

The former Laikipia West MP has held more than 150 civic education forums in Laikipia County.

He said that the constitution grants the President the responsibility of instilling law and order.

“The President’s security agents are the Provincial Administration and the police. President Mwai Kibaki was right while appointing the 47 County Commissioners as enshrined in the constitution," added Kariuki.

He added that the chiefs will retain their positions as security agents and promised to instill security in Laikipia County if elected senator, adding that security is the backbone of development and growth.

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