Narok Senator Ledama Ole has has joined other leaders in wishing kenyans good day, in his message Ole Kina urged kenyans that are planning to attend roadside political events, funerals and other functions like thanks giving to be vigilant and allow leaders to make their comments. He asked them to avoid blame game and quoted a biblical verse that he base his message on.Ledama remarks comes amid hightening political temperatures in the country with various leaders visiting different parts of the country to try and woo kenyans to back them. In some regions leaders have experienced hostility while in some they have been welcomed well despite being their opponents perceived strongholds.
Ledama's remarks comes shortly after DP William Ruto message to Raila Odinga and other leaders that he is the one they are competing with and not president Uhuru Kenyatta. He frankly told them that Kenyatta won't be in ballots and that they should stop disturbing him and give him good time to serve the country. Ruto asked them to well prepared to face him in the upcoming general election as it won't be an easy task.
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