Why Uhuru will beat Raila in 2017
13 May 2016, 21:33
Nairobi - President Uhuru Kenyatta and his team is confident that he
will beat CORD leader Raila Odinga in the 2017 General Elections.
The two are almost certain to face off in the polls in just
over a year’s time and the President is almost too confident he will maintain
his presidency for a second term.
His team which is currently in the process of arranging
itself for the polls is happy with the way things are going and confident that
they will win another term to lead the country.
The details of the campaign to win back the presidency has
been leaked to News24 and below is the 5 points that will be stressed come the
The President is confident that infrastructure
projects that have been pushed by his government including the Standard Gauge
Railway will lift his chances of reelection.
The ICC cases being dismissed against both him
and DP William Ruto will be used to show Kenyans that they are the right people
for the job.
Fight against corruption has been swift and
public officials implicated in such schemes have been sacked.
The CORD Coalition has offered no solutions to
the problems that have affected the country and that they have instead fought
to divide the nation.
Devolution has kicked off and been supported by
the Jubilee government and shown fruits of development.
The campaign team will solidify a serious project that will
take the President back to State House on the above points.
“The President has shown his willingness to work and to make
up for mistakes made and Kenyans are happy that he has done so,” the Jubilee
" The President further believes that the confusion in the opposition is only going to serve his team well as it seeks re-election," he added.
The President has already declared his vessel of choice for the 2017 polls, the Jubilee Party.
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