Uhuru calls for end to Jubilee in- fighting
16 December 2013, 16:29
Nairobi - President Uhuru Kenyatta has begun his tour of the north Rift by insisting that his government will deliver on its pre-election promises.
President Kenyatta spoke after arriving in Kaptatet where he begun his two day tour of the region Monday.
He urged leaders to embrace the Jubilee movement and said that his government will not be derailed from its course by instigators of fear and despondency.
" I would like to assure all Kenyans that the government is stable and in good shape. There should be no one spreading any other message, he said.
" We have come a long way and fought difficult battles and we will not be stopped by cheap talk and unnecessary politicking, he added.
In a message aimed at dissenting members of the Jubilee coalition in Deputy president William Ruto's URP party, the president urged the coalition to work hard at improving the lives of Kenyans and shun politics.
" We have to stick together and ensure that we are on the same path. Politics will not help the country grow.
" Our leaders must look at ways of improving the lives of Kenyans and not fight for no reason, he added.
President Kenyatta was speaking on the first day of his tour at the Kaptatet grounds.
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