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King’ara tells independents not to expect Uhuru to campaign for them.

Ruiru Town Jubilee Parliamentary candidate Simon Ng’ang’a King’ara has advised independent candidates to shelve their ambitions and support the Jubilee Party and President Uhuru Kenyatta as they would all be accommodated in the government.

Speaking at the Calvary Chosen Center in Thika after attending an all denominations prayer meeting, King’ara said that it was wrong for independents to complain when the president and his Deputy William Ruto campaigned for party candidates as the duo was obliged to drum up support for their members. He added that though the independent candidates were free to back the president, they should not expect a return of favour from the ruling coalition.

“I personally have no problem with independent candidates or their support for President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto but they should not expect the two to campaign for any other candidates other than those belonging to Jubilee Party. They should instead of complaining shelve their ambitions and join us. The government is big enough to accommodate all of us,” said King’ara.

He praised the Jubilee’s manifesto describing its launch at the Kasarani gymnasium as a declaration of intent by President Uhuru Kenyatta and DP William Ruto to continue delivering on their agenda on development to transform the lives of Kenyans.

He admitted that UhuRuto had done a lot for this country and their commitments to the future of this country were actually built in on programmes that had already started and their relentless in its pursuit of goals

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“The country cannot develop without a plan. These commitments to the future are actually built in on programmes that are already started, that are being signed for,” he said.

He predicted that this year’s elections would be peaceful. Nonetheless, he called on all candidates to accept the verdict of the electorate saying that the destiny of this country will only be decided via the ballot box.

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