President’s recarp tour

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The last few weeks have probably been the busiest for President Kibaki politically since he was sworn in on December 30, 2002.  The President has been traversing the country addressing several political rallies in a day.

Last weekend, he managed to cover the greater Marsabit together with Isiolo, Garissa and Ijara districts in the northern part of the country.

He then embarked on another vote hunting mission on Monday in Gusii and Kuria district.

The President who is seeking a second term in office on a PNU ticket completed his tour of this region in one day before moving to Lower Eastern on Tuesday where he addressed 17 political rallies in Kibwezi, Makueni and Machakos.

President Kibaki had landed at Mtito Andei in a helicopter early in the morning. He, however, used the road throughout his campaign trail – covering more than 300 kilometres.

The Head of State had hit the road at 9am in Kibwezi and addressed his last meeting in Machakos at around 8pm. His last rally was in Mlolongo in Athi River, which he addressed at 8.45pm.   

“We want to make sure that the President visits as many places as possible as voters want to see him. They want to see the President and hear him talk,” PNU national campaign manager George Nyamweya told the Nation. 

A tireless President was in the North Rift region on Wednesday ,where he held rallies in Baringo, Nandi South, Nandi North and East Pokot.

On Wednesday, he exuded confidence  saying: “I have spent the last two months of the campaigns applying the same level of focused energies as I have done in my leadership of the country in the last five years.

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