He said TNA would ensure that there is a free and fair nomination and election process in the General Election.
“We will not allow divisive and sectarian interests to prevail as we have a duty to God and future generations to safeguard our country from sliding to dictatorship,” he said.
Oloo said voters had a responsibility to pick dedicated leaders with the ability to bring about the much-needed integrity in the political scene and roll out meaningful development.
Youthful professionals at the helm of the party Mr Wambui Gichuru (treasurer), Patrick Chande (organising secretary), Dr Boniface Chitayi (secretary for health), Dennis Kirwa (deputy treasurer),Charles Waithaka (deputy secretary general) and Ms Lydia Mokaya (vice chairperson) delivered their pre-taped speeches.
Gender Minister Dr Naomi Shaaban said Uhuru had a constitutional right to contest the Presidency and had the potential to succeed President Mwai Kibaki at State House.
Assistant Minister Cecily Mbarire said Kenyans wanted a united nation devoid of tribalism and corruption.
“We need a country where youth and women can achieve their full potential and where they will be included in decision making at all levels,” said Mbarire.
Assistant Minister Lewis Nguyai said that TNA was capable of effecting the much-needed change on the political scene.
Perhaps in the clearest indication yet of their working relation, the responsibility of inviting Uhuru to speak rested on Wamalwa, a member of the G7 alliance.
“I am not a TNA party member as I belong to New Ford Kenya. I am here as a friend of Uhuru and the party,” Wamalwa said.
The Saboti MP was the only non-party member who spoke at the function.