Kalonzo seeks for prayers to achieve his quest for State House
Written by Phanice Pkemei 2012-04-22 18:38:00 Read 822 Times
Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka took his campaigns for the country’s top seat in North Rift and asked thelocal community and religious leaders to pray for him in his quest tooccupy State House.
He asked Kenyans not to abandon him in the coming general election andvote for him as their next Head of State having saved the country fromgrumbling to the ground following the 2007/8 post election chaos overthe outcome of the disputed Presidential results.
Kalonzo said that he had all the credentials backed by long politicalexperience that cannot be matched his rival who are also garneringfor the Presidency saying that he was the right person to succeedPresident Mwai Kibaki whose term in office is ending in December.
Kalonzo reiterated that he was still in G7 and he said some people have been spreading rumors that he had left the group, which hesaid was a formidable force and was determined to produce the nextPresident in the forthcoming general election.
He cautioned electorates to be wary of some leaders who are seekingfor their votes in their quest for the country’s top seat as they werebound to dump them once they ascend to the position of leadership.
The VP was speaking at Nerkwo Catholic Church in Marakwet West constituency in Elgeyo Marakwet County.
He was accompanied by area MP Boaz Kaino, his Marakwet East counterpartLinah Kilimo, Keiyo North MP Lucas Chepkittony, Kitui West legislatorVictor Munyaka and Wiper Democratic Party national executive directorBrigadier retired Henry Rop.