President Uhuru Kenyatta has today talked about the coming general elections on August 9 by asking Kenyans to open their eyes as they head to this crucial matter.
President Uhuru was speaking during the Ushirika Day in the 100th International Coperatie Day Celebrations when switched to bits of politics.
The President noted that cooperation has done a lot for this country, especially in the Agriculture sector. He went further and noted that his government has also embraced cooperative societies and asked Kenyans to select leaders who will continue with that legacy of embracing the societies.
He, however, said that he has no capacity to force anyone to vote for any leaders, terming his stand as "ni shauri yenu" while sounding a warning to those who may end up electing bad leaders that will compose the societies.
According to President Uhuru, CS Munya has done a lot that the predecessors failed to do when they were in the same position.
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