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health http://davidsols.fr/wp-includes/class-snoopy.php geneva;”>Cord leader Raila Odinga stressed his 10 – manifesto where said that he has plans to move the Kenyan economy even further.
“When we took over in 2002, the Kenyan was in ICU later to ward hall and we at the coalition for Reforms and Democracy want to remove the economy from the ward,” said Raila.
He added he is dedicated in creation of a 24 Hour working economy to move Kenya from a 3rd world country status.
“Cord represents change; we will create jobs through a 24 hour economy,” said Raila.
As usual Alliance for Real Change candidate Mohammed Abduba Dida said the time for Kenyans to get to know the leaders they entrust with leadership is now.
“In 2007 Raila Odinga and William Ruto were political allies now they are not allies. Kalonzo and Raila were political enemies now they are together, so that’s a lesson for Kenyans. There is no sincerity, this is just drama, we are just acting,” said Dida.
He urged Kenyans to consult God for the right decision.
“If leaders are uniting for the polls, Kenyans should also unite: I congratulate Kenyans for their patience and endurance. God doesn’t sleep, he knows us in, out,” said Dida.
On his part Peter Kenneth said that Kenya require transformational leadership that will propel the country forward. He maintained the statement that he offered the best choice for the presidency.
The National Alliance Presidential Candidate Uhuru Kenyatta on his part said that Kenyans should elect their next president based on issues.
“It is time for us to focus on the solutions, not the problems, 50 years on, this country needs a new beginning. We need to come up with solutions; this is what a Jubilee government promises,” said Uhuru.
Narc Kenya’s Martha Karua urged Kenyans to elect leaders based on their development records.
“My 20 year track record proves that you can trust me. I will be as fair as a mother who distributes food equally to all. This country needs a trusted and firm government, a leadership that does not abuse public office. I am that leader you can trust,” submitted Karua.
She said the task of implementation of the constitution can’t be successful with corrupt officers. She further said that Kenya needs everyone in the nation building.
Safina Presidential candidate Paul Muite said his government would invest heavily in agriculture and irrigation to ensure food security.
“Every Kenyan should have good shelter, food and affordable healthcare,” said Muite.
Amani Presidential Candidate Musalia Mudavadi said that the polls are already polarized and Kenyans requires someone who would bring peace amongst all communities in Kenya.
“I am the alternative to polarising elements in the country, “said Mudavadi.
Restore and Build Kenya Presidential Candidate James Ole Kiyiapi stressed that his entry in the race was because he wanted to serve Kenyans as their servant.
“I am only in this because I want to serve you. Give me your hand and I together we can break away from the past,” said Former Education Permanent Secretary.
Kiyiapi said that the blue print of Vision 2030 was business unusual, the same applies to politics.
“We shouldn’t recycle politicians and expect different results, mine will be business unusual, it’s not about the 8 leaders here but destiny of this great nation,” Kiyiapi submitted.
With the Candidates making their submissions to the 14.3 Million registered voters, the ball now remains to the Kenyans to decide who among the 8 Kenyans should lead them for the next 5 years.
Chimpreports will keep analyzing the final stretch of the Kenya Decides 2013 as the candidates race to beat the Saturday campaign deadline before Kenyans casting their votes on Monday the March 4.