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President Kenyatta leads Azimio campaigns in Nairobi

President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged Nairobi residents to rally behind the Azimio la Umoja movement and support its flag bearer Raila Odinga ahead of the upcoming August elections.

The Head of State who was speaking in Korogocho, Mathare after opening the Margaret Kenyatta Children’s Hospital warned against leaders peddling lies and politicizing government agenda to gain political mileage.

The President assured “Boda Boda” riders and other small traders that the Government has no intention of frustrating them as purported by some politicians but instead it is working to improve their welfare.

“We have no problem with anyone doing their business in the right manner. I will organize to meet you soon so that together we can work on how to improve the sector and ensure you reap maximum benefits from your sweat,” the President assured Boda Boda riders.

“We will sit as leaders and agree on the way forward….Kwa hivyo mtashika Baba na Azimio mkono?” President Kenyatta posed to the residents as they applauded in affirmation. 

He reiterated that threats and insults will not discourage him from working to improve the lives of Kenyans.

“I will continue to stand firm in my resolution that national unity is the most important thing for the country’s development and progress. I believe that justice will prevail not threats and insults,” President Kenyatta said.

He highlighted his legacy in the last nine years noting that he had a track record in the health sector and infrastructure which and seen new dawn for improvision of good medical care.

“We have started 24 health facilities, 18 of them have been completed and have served more than 4 million residents of informal settlements in Nairobi County,” said Kenyatta.


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