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Narok leaders affirm Jubilee popularity in Rift Valley

POLITICS
By Robert Kiplagat | March 19th 2016
Narok Governor Samuel Ole Tunai addressing reisidents at Kapkoros Primary school ground in Emurua Dikirr constituency on March 17,2016. PHOTOS:ROBERT KIPLAGAT

Governor Samuel ole Tunai has assured supporters that the Jubilee Party has gained ground in Rift Valley.

This he said, is evident after the party won the just concluded Kericho senatorial by-election.

Speaking in Transmara East, the Governor who was accompanied by his Deputy Evelyn Aruasa, said Jubilee Party seeks to unite all communities and called on his colleagues to joins hands with the Government in delivering their mandate, saying: "The Jubilee administration has achieved a lot in their last three years in office."

He also warned those opposing Jubilee to either join it or ship out saying, "the Rift Valley should unite as one and support Jubilee".

Ms Aruasa called upon the Kalenjin elders to reconcile the warring leaders; Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto, Nandi Hills MP Alfred Keter and Oscar Sudi (Kapseret), who are opposed to Deputy President William Ruto ahead of 2017, to spur development.

She noted that from the Kericho mini-polls, there is need for the Kalenjin community to stay united and support the Government.

She also called on her colleagues in Kanu to emulate retired President Moi's leadership legacy. She said, "Kanu was in leadership for 24 years and we appreciate what Moi did for the people of Rift Valley and the entire country, however, time has gone and things have changed".

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