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Aspirants drum up support for Uhuru

13 February 2013, 12:25 Steve Wambugu

Mike Sonko together with Rachael Shebesh have said that Jubilee alliance is not tribal outfit but rather a national party that accommodates and unites all Kenyans.

The duo reiterated that the Jubilee alliance was going to win the forth coming general elections in the first round saying the alliance was for the people of Kenya.

Speaking after meeting with Nakuru County vendors on Monday, Sonko said Kenyans have the final say on who will be the forth President of Kenya adding that Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta stood a better chance to serve Kenyans.

The immediate Makadara MP challenged Nakuru electorates not to be divided among ethnic lines saying Kenya was far more important than an individual or a community.

“Kenya is bigger than any individual or a community and that's why we need to elect Jubilee alliance to form the next government because it unites all Kenyans from all communities,” said the flamboyant politician.

He further quashed the ongoing speculation that he was not the best candidate to serve Nairobi County as a senator saying what was important was what he is going to do for Nairobi residents.

Mike Sonko's counterpart Rachael Shebesh who had also attended the meeting said that Kenyan youths need to come together and vote for Uhuru Kenyatta saying the Jubilee leader has the best interest for the youths at heart.

She also observed that only youths of this country had the capability to change the future of Kenya.

“Youths are the hope of this nation and that's why we are asking you to vote in the Jubilee alliance,” said Shebesh.      

 
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