Uhuru Meets A Section Of Rift Valley Leaders In Nakuru

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President Uhuru Kenyatta, on Tuesday evening, met a cross-section of leaders from the Rift Valley Region at State House, Nakuru, Northwest of Nairobi.

Kenyan Head of State and his visitors discussed various subjects, including the country’s political choices in the August polls.

The leaders thanked the President for various development projects successfully implemented by the national Government in the region, saying Rift Valley benefitted immensely from President Kenyatta’s administration.

In one accord, the leaders assured President Kenyatta of the region’s full backing of Azimio La Umoja affiliated aspirants in the forthcoming elections. They invited him to visit the region even after his tenure ended.

On his part, President Kenyatta encouraged the leaders and Rift Valley residents to make the right political choices in the August polls and assured the region of utmost security and tranquillity during and after the elections.

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