Uhuru cautions politicians against incitement, calls for unity
28 August 2014, 10:36
Mombasa - President Uhuru Kenyatta has cautioned CORD leader Raila Odinga and his team against inciting Kenyans in their push for a National referendum to change the constitution.
Uhuru told Raila to exercise his democratic right as mandated without inciting anyone, saying that Kenyans need development.
“Raila has his democratic right to carry on with his quest; I will not stop him but Kenyans will decide,” Uhuru said Wednesday while addressing a crowd after opening the Mombasa Huduma Centre.
He said since the election time was over, elected leaders ought to focus on issues of development for the growth of the country’s economy.
“Let's work together and unite Kenyans. If there are issues, let’s sit and talk and look for solutions. What Kenyans want is development,” he noted.
The President also cautioned lazy public servants that they risk prosecution if they do not perform in their respective dockets.
“Those who are not ready to perform can pack and go. We have a lot of capable Kenyans who can fill the positions,” he added.
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