President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto took their campaigns to Narok County after touring Nakuru County on Saturday evening in a bid to call for voters to turn out in large numbers in the next sixty days. Uhuru categorically stated that that the opposition wants to have a power sharing government adding that jubilee will not allow that to happen.
The head of state called on electorates to ensure that they turn out in large numbers urging the voters to prove that the results were not computer generated.
Uhuru further lashed out at Senator James Orengo for remarks that IEBC was not qualified to run elections. He stated that Orengo had been pronounced winner by the same IEBC after which he took oath. Kenyatta expressed confidence that IEBC is capable of running elections adding that jubilee will still win in the next sixty days.
He was accompanied by his deputy William Ruto, Narok governor Samuel Tunai, Elgeyo Marakwet senator Kipchumba Murkomen and nominated MP David Sankok.