President slams divisive politicians,asks Kenyans to shun such leaders

President Uhuru KJenyatta has slammed at Polticians who are on a mission to divide Kenyans on tribal lines.
Addressing the public at the Gilgil NYS College ground on Tuesday a moment after presiding over a pass out parade for the NYS recruits ,the head of state reiterated that Kenyans are not ready to shed blood for any individual politicians but rather they deserve peace.
He called on Kenyans to shun politics of division from a section of politicians whom he said their mission is to divide Kenyans ahead of the 2017 general elections.
“I want to appeal to Kenyans that let us be peace ambassadors and shun divisive politics as we head to 2017 for a better Kenya” said the President.
The head of state who was accompanied by Cabinet Secretary Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs Sicily Kariuki also re-visited the NYS scam where he reiterated that those who interfered with the NYS program by embezzling funds will be dealt with according to the law.
At the same time he called on Kenyans to maintain peace citing the good cohesion that has been experienced among the NYS youths who have undergone training.
“All those who embezzled funds meant for these youths through the NYS will be dealt with accordingly. But even as we head to 2017 general elections I would urge Kenyans to shun tribalism which is a hinderance to development” he said.
Others who spoke included Governor Kinuthia Mbugua who also assured the President that Nakuru is a peaceful county.
Gilgil MP Mathenge Nderitu called on the President to intervene on the issue of Land Grabbing in Gilgil citing a land neighboring the NYS College that he said should be repossessed by the institution for future expansion.
“Your Excellency, Mine is just to appeal to you that you help sort out the issue of land grabbing one of the piece being our neighbor land which can be used to expand this College in the future” he said.
The function was attended by various Nakuru county leaders among them Deputy Governor Joseph Ruto as well as Nominated Senator Martha Wangari.

Martin Gicinga

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