Vote out non-performing leaders, Uhuru’s uncle tell electorates
07 March 2016, 16:43
Nairobi - President Uhuru Kenyatta’s uncle, George Muhoho has asked electorates to vote out non-performing leaders during 2017 polls.
He expressed concerns over the high voter apathy mostly in Mount Kenya region saying it will affect national economic and social development.
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“Register as voters to bring in good leadership that you desire and that will serve your interests. Youths should also obtain national Identity Cards so that they can be employable,” said Muhoho.
He further cautioned the youth against been manipulated by politicians as he challenged them to participate in leadership by vying for seats and voting.
“Youths must participate in politics and elections. If you feel that the current leaders are not doing well you can only bring in a performing leader by voting,” he stated.
Muhoho, who is a former Kenya Airports Authourity (KAA) managing director, was speaking during a funds drive at Narumoru Catholic Church, in Kieni Nyeri County.
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