The Kamba elders today have assured the head of state of their full support in his leadership. The elders noted that the president had tried a lot to deliver on some campaign promises despite the covid-19 pandemic that had complicated many things for countries across the globe.
The elders further pointed out that they had witnessed a number of development projects in Ukamabani and they were happy about it. They added that Uhuru was very fair in his leadership when it came to helping Kenyans.
They also noted that they were not part of politics that were being perpetuated by some leaders who were were out there to turnish the good name of the head of state. Their constant position that the president was not helping their areas was a lie and they needed to stop that.
They finally insisted that leaders needed to be very careful with the way they behaved as that had a way of causing unnecessary tension among Kenyans.
Attached is a video link of the elders speaking:
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