Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi says he is the best fit to fix Kenya’s ailing economy seen through the ever-rising cost of living.
Mudavadi, who has declared his presidential ambitions in the forthcoming general election says his administration will turn Kenya from a consumption to a production economy that will create jobs for its people.
Speaking in Nakuru, upon conclusion of his two-day tour of the county, Mudavadi says he will stamp out corruption.
Tame extravagant government expenditure and arrest the ballooning debt that is making life unbearable for millions of Kenyans.
I am asking for your vote so that we seal corruption loopholes and put trustworthy people in government so that we don’t lose revenue to the corrupt.said Mudavadi.
Further, Mudavadi has asked the Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to ensure next year’s General elections are held as stipulated by the constitution.
Calls for peace
Nevertheless, Mudavadi is calling on the Church to remain non-partisan in political engagements in the country.
The Church should speak the truth and point out where things are going wrong. By doing so, it will help in leading Kenyans to the right path.said Mudavadi.
He calls on Nakuru and the Rift Valley residents to ensure peace prevails as the country heads towards the next general election.
He is also challenging the government to solve all land issues that have been the root cause of chaos during the electioneering period.
Speaking at the meeting the Bishop of Nakuru Catholic Diocese Moris Muhatia has called on Mudavadi to maintain peace in his campaigns.
However, he also expresses fears that seeds of discord have started to be sown by merchants of divisive politics.
The Bishop said Nakuru being cosmopolitan, has suffered post-election chaos in the past.
The Bishop has called on politicians to ensure the peace that has prevailed in the past two successive elections periods is maintained through the 2022 electioneering period.
Bishop Muhatia reiterated the need for politicians to follow the rule of law at all times as an example for the masses they lead.