Ngilu launches bid for Presidency
03 September 2012, 09:25
Nairobi - The 2013 General Elections gained a new entrant on Sunday as Water and Irrigation Minister Charity Ngilu launched her presidential bid pledging she plans to focus on women and the youth empowerment if elected to be Kenya’s fourth President.
According to Capital News reports, the Kitui Central MP launched her bid on the Narc party ticket at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre, and said that she was confident of succeeding President Kibaki in her second attempt for the country’s top job.
Ngilu went on to add that said that the youth and women have adversely been affected by the economic policies that do not favour them, and that their potential in nation building has been overlooked in the last 49 years of independence due to poor leadership.
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