Addressed residents of Narok County. It is President Uhuru’s firm belief that fewer and stronger national political parties will promote ideologies and not tribal politics.
By P W
Uhuru Kenyatta was in Narok today and both the PPS and the media are being economic with the truth of how things panned out on the ground.
The President was visiting Eng. Johnson P. Ole Nchoe, Geothermal Development Company MD in Olngenchemi, Narok County for a “thanksgiving service” and carried an entourage that included William Ole Ntimama and Gen. Joseph Ole Nkaiserry who is the internal affairs CS. The main podium was surrounded by uniformed and plain clothed, mean-looking recce company presidential guard.
For starters, local Narok North MP Moitalel Ole Kenta, under pressure from his constituents boycotted the event. He was not far away. He was drinking tea and enjoying a feast of Nyama Choma in Narok Town with his constituents.
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