Kibaki Warns on Violence


President Kibaki Yesterday called co-existence amongst the people livivng in Molo District. The president condemned violence in parts of the district and said the government would beef up security. Kibaki toured Molo constituency where he urged the residents to vote for him for another term. He stopped at Njoro, Turi, Elburgon, Molo, Mau Summit, Total, Sachangwan and Salgaa townships, where he condemned politicians who incite wananchi to violence.

The president also said that political competition should not breed hatred among Kenyans. Kibaki who was accompanied by cabinet ministers John Michuki, Paul Sang, outgoing Bomet MP Nick Salat and candidates for the Molo and Kuresoi parliamentary seats, said that no ethnic community should isolate itself from others or perceive itself to be more special than others. He said that his government had set aside ksh. 3 billion to enable women to engage in income generating projects, a similar amount set aside for the youth.


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