DG urges Kenyans to pray ahead of August polls

Residents of Nakuru County have been urged to remember the nation in prayer as the August polls come close.

Speaking at Wanyororo A in Bahati Nakuru county during a burial ceremony for the late Wilson Ngure(Father to Inooro/Citizen fm correspondent Nakuru Simon Ngure),Nakuru Deputy Governor Joseph Ruto said a time is now for Kenyans to rember the nation in prayer.

He added that Nakuru has gone through a lot since the clashes of 1992 and no one is ready to go back to them days.

“When you look around things are not good and it is like the devil has risen so I urge all clergy and Nakuru citizens to pray for Nakuru and the nation at large to ensure peaceful elections”he said.

While calling on Nakuru citizens to make proper decision in the August polls, the DG slammed at those saying that the Jubilee Government has not performed saying Nakuru is a witness when it comes to development.

He said the Jubilee Government has ensured peace through coexistence of all the tribes in the country and that the top leadership is committed to unite Kenyans.

Meanwhile,addressing at the same venue Former Nakuru MP Lee Kinyanjui who has an interest in the Nakuru Gubernatorial seat urged the Nakuru residents to come out and register as voters for them to participate in making the right decisions.

“I have heard some speakers talk of the voter registration and mine is just to reiterate that so that you can participate in the August polls.Am still in the race for the Gubernatorial seat so please register as voters to make the right decision when the time comes” said Lee.

The Burrial Ceremony was also attended by Nakuru CeCs Rachael Maina(Lands),Anne Njenga(Finance) and Richard Rop(Environment) MCAs Beatrice Nyawira from Molo and Njunguna Gichamu from Kuresoi North,MCA aspirants,Area administrators,Nakuru Media Association as well as other Media personalities among them Francis Gachuri and Hassan Mugambi of Royal Media among others, all to console the Family of the late Ngure.