Power cannot be gained through incitement and violence, says President Kenyatta

SHAMATA-Nyandarua County, President Uhuru Kenyatta has ruled out the possibility of opposition leader Raila Odinga ascending to power through the backdoor.

The President said there is no leader who can access power through incitement and violence as all authority is vested on wananchi who can only give it through the ballot.

The President who was accompanied by the Deputy President William Ruto, was addressing wananchi in Shamata, Nyandarua County.

He dismissed opposition’s plan of inciting Kenyans to mass violence so that he can negotiate for a coalition government.

His focus is organising protests and calling for press conference to incite violence, said the President.

Looting, mass action and violence against women is not the way to go he added.

President Kenyatta said Jubilee party would not engage in out-dated politics but instead it will focus on nurturing more youth to ascend to power.

The President assured Nyandarua County residents that the Jubilee administration would build two dams and upgrade road network in the region.

Deputy President Ruto echoed the President’s sentiments saying, He is calling for mass action to incite violence so that he can get to power through the back door.

There is no other way of getting to power, it is only through the votes of citizens, he added.

The Deputy President said Jubilee will defeat NASA the same way it did in the August 8th polls.

He said Jubilee plans to set up a potato factory in the County that will add value to the product which is the main farm produce from the area.

The Deputy questioned Mr Raila’s commitment to democracy since he is always fighting constitutional bodies.

He asked: What kind of Democrat are you if you are opposed to everything?

The Deputy President said Jubilee defeated NASA with 1.5 votes in the August polls and called on the voters to turn out in large numbers and ensure Jubilee wins the October fresh presidential polls with a wider margin of 4 million votes.

Local leaders led by Governor Francis Kimemia addressed wananchi and urged them to turn out in large numbers to affirm their choice of President Kenyatta through the ballot.

Source: The President