Addressing residents at Stage 56 in Kawangware on Sunday afternoon, The Opposition leader assured that he would push his agenda in politics and would only retire when he sees it fit.
"Wachana na mambo ya umri ya mtu. Angalia akili ya mtu, angalia sera ya mtu...nitastaafu nikipenda kustaafu (Which loosely translates to: We should leave the issue of someone's age.
Judge someone from his thinking and the policies he is pushing for. I will retire when I want to retire)" he declared.
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He affirmed that he had the solutions to the country's problems stating that his government would invest in youth empowerment. "We will give youth training and money to start their businesses," he conveyed.
On Saturday, a group of National Super Alliance (NASA) Leaders threatened that if IEBC declared President Uhuru Kenyatta as the winner, they would go ahead and swear in their party leader as president.
Led by Siaya Senator James Orengo, the NASA leaders noted that they will not recognize President Kenyatta’s victory adding that the repeat presidential elections were not credible and did not meet the required standards...VIDEO NEXT PAGE>>>
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