I am confident

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President Kibaki kicked off his three-day campaign tour of Western Province with an assurance to his supporters that he was headed for victory.

He praised his government’s performance, saying it had realised a seven percent economic growth from zero in the past five years. And said he now targets 10 percent in the next 3 years if elected.

The President, who last week extensively campaigned in Rift Valley Province, told leaders from Western Province that he was sure of winning the elections. He said all the 10 parties forming PNU would be part and parcel of the new government.

He said that next Parliament’s priority would be to create more constituencies, noting that some were too large.

The President said: “The people of Rift Valley have decided; I am asking you, Western Province, to join other Kenyans in developing this beautiful land.”

He said his competitors did not know the techniques of developing the economy.

“They only say that the Government has money, without knowledge of how to create it.”

The President who was accompanied by Vice President Moody Awori, Kanu chairman Uhuru Kenyatta and other leaders, called for peaceful campaigns, noting that one’s neighbour would remain the same after elections and they would need one another for existence.

He urged candidates running on PNU ticket and those in affiliate parties to campaign together as a win for the President would be victory for all.

President Kibaki said he intended to enable more Kenyan children access basic, secondary and tertiary education for them to be self-reliant.

He said in the health sector, much had been achieved and would ensure that more was done for affordable healthcare.

He said his plans were to see that every home is supplied with electricity for faster development of the nation.

He noted that each of the two kitties – Women Development Fund and Youth Development Fund – had enough money, ready to be spent on development of those who fall in the two categories.

The President was accompanied by Vice President Moody Awori, Kanu chairman Uhuru Kenyatta and other leaders.

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One Response to “I am confident”

  1. Ginger Says:

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