Jubilee tells Cord to show alternative leadership
Jubilee leaders have hit at the opposition for criticizing the government without showing alternative leadership.
The leaders have accused Cord principals of being petty and exercising cheap politics to incite Kenyans against the government.
Speaking yesterday at Masol secondary school during a fund drive the leaders Senators Kipchumba Murkomen, Aron Cheruiyot, West Pokot Governor Simon Kachapin, Sigor MP Philip Rotino and Deputy President Personal assistant Farouk Kibet told Kenyans not to be misled by the opposition and instead support the government.
“The opposition has not taken time to visit grass root and witness what the government has done. Their work is to seat in big hotels in Nairobi and issue press statements that don’t reflect the face of the nation,” said Murkomen.
“We want to warn Kenyans not to be misled by those people who have no agenda for this country. The opposition has nothing to offer for this country apart from bickering,” added Murkomen.
The leaders called on Kenyans to join the new Jubilee party that set to unite Kenyans of all tribe to build national unity and cohesion.
“The new party will unite all Kenyans and ensure that there is development in the country .There is no any other strong party than the Jubilee Party,” said Faruk.
The Elgeyo Marakwet senator called on the opposition leader Raila Odinga to solve the mess in his house before inciting Kenyans against the government.
“Cord coalition is experiencing conflicts every day and even is unable to solve the wrangles. The coalition is unable to select who will be their flag bearer. How will they lead this nation,” asked Murkomen.
The leaders said the opposition has nothing to offer Kenyans since they have no development agenda for the country.
“The opposition has been known for making noise and leadership is not about making noise,” said Kachapin.
The leaders however congratulated the Deputy president after his case collapsed at ICC urging him to no serve Kenyans better.
“We will now realize proper development as nothing will hinder the Deputy president from working .He is now a free man hence will work without antagonism,”said Kachapin.
Kachapin reiterated that leaders should fully support the government for it to fulfill its promises.
“The Jubilee Government promised Kenyans a lot of good things, and it should be supported to fulfill the promises it made during the campaigns,” he said.
The Governor said that the opposition was out the frustrate government efforts in doing development for the country.
“If you see elected leaders whistling in parliament before the president that shows how ignorant they are,” Kachapin said.