President slams opposition over Itare Dam ,insists the project will go on

President Uhuru Kenyatta has reiterated that the construction of Itare Dam in Kuresoi South Nakuru County will go on despite the opposition questioning the project and its impact on Kenyans.

Addressing residents in Nakuru, the President once again slammed at the opposition for politicizing the matter calling on the opposition leaders to come up with policies in order to compete with Jubilee.

“The problem of Nakuru is clean water and thus why we started the Itare dam but some people are busy going around with propaganda that the project will affect negatively the livelihood of the people. You cannot use politics to make Kenyans suffer” he said.

President Kenyatta took the opportunity to urge Nakuru residents to give his government a second chance in order complete the projects started.
He slammed at politicians whom he termed are out to cause division among Kenyans through politics of propaganda.

“I want to appeal to Nakuru residents let us give my government a second term .As Jubilee we are not interested in violence but we believe in peaceful and democratic process” said the President.

The President also called on all leaders and those aspiring to be leaders to ensure they continue mobilizing Kenyans to register as voters.

The head of state also slammed at Jubilee leaders and aspirants who are going around lying to politicians that they have been sent by President as preferred candidates, with the head of state insisting that it is only Kenyans who will decide whom they will vote for.

“we all have a responsibility to ensure Kenyans register as voters but anyone who is vying should not lie to Kenyans that they have been sent by President….that one we will not tolerate, Kenyans will decide who will be their Senator, their women rep and even Governor” said the Head of state.

The head of State has been in Nakuru county for the Voter mobilization traversing various sub counties among them Bahati,Subukia,Nakuru,Njoro,Rongai,Molo Gilgil and Naivasha.

Martin Gicinga

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