Former Nairobi gubernatorial candidate Peter Kenneth on Wednesday lead a group of leaders from the Mount Kenya region in defending President Uhuru Kenyatta from attacks by other leaders.
Addressing a rare press conference from Serena Hotel in Nairobi, PK talked about a number of things that needed clarity.
“We national leaders who hail from Mount Kenya region would like to put the record straight on a number of salient issues raised in this pointless political discos,” he said.
He went on to discuss the following things:
1. Respect for the President and the presidency
“We demand respect to the president and the presidency,” he said. The President should be respected as head of government, head of state and symbol of national unity. All those who want to criticize him should do that with respect.
2. Development track record
“President Uhuru Kenyatta has committed himself doing everything in his power to better the lives of all Kenyans in all possible ways,” he said.
Kenneth also spoke on the handshake stating that it was for the good of the country.
The former presidential candidate was accompanied by Narc leader Martha Karua, Kiambu governor Ferdinand Waititu and former assistant minister Kilemi Mwiria among other leaders.