President Uhuru Kenyatta was in Bomet today to witness the launch of incoming governor, Joyce Laboso’s manifesto .
Uhuru didn’t expect more than 1,000 people to turn up,but by 10 am, the field was full until it was agreed thousands of attendants watch from the fence.
In his speech, Uhuru urged Kenyans to vote for Jubilee gubernatorial aspirants in the August polls to end squabbles that retard development in the country. He added that Counties and the national Government are supposed to work together to improve the lives of Kenyans ,but in the last five years, opposition governors have been behaving as if the two levels of government are in competition, denying residents services that would transform their lives.
The president pleaded with this crowd to vote for his preferred candidate.