Written by UDF Party Wednesday, 06 June 2012
UDF stands for peace, unity and development for all kenyans says Mudavadi
After a successful rally thronged by thousands in Kakamega Saturday, the Deputy Prime Minister Musalia was on Sunday mobbed by thousands on whistle stops Lwandeti, Kipkaren, Turbo, huruma in Eldoret, Burnt Forest, Timboroa, and Makutano junction on Webuye- Eldoret- Nakuru Highway .
The DPM who spoke in fluent Kalenjin, Luhya and Kikuyu to the massive crowds told them that he was ready to bring healing to the wounds of post-election violence among Kenyans. “I am ready to heal this nation. Let us leave behind the sins of our fathers and the politics of confrontation”, he said.
Mudavadi said he will work with all leaders to unite the country for peaceful elections. “Give me all your votes and leave all the worries to me. Help me win the elections in the first round to avoid a repeat of 2007”, he said. He has said United Democratic Forum (UDF) party stands for unity and peace between all Kenyans and economic prosperity of the Country. He said UDF will spearhead efforts to unite all Kenyans and address the many challenges facing Kenyans by putting in place policies to attract investment to grow the economy and create employment for young people, and bring down high cost of food, electricity which is now out of reach for many Kenyans. Addressing thousands of his supporters at the stopovers Mudavadi said UDF carries the hope of better life, prosperity, peace and unity for all Kenyans and an end to politics of ethnic polarization.
He said Kenyans must remain united and avoid being divided along tribal lines by opportunistic political leaders ahead of the general elections to create ethnic tension with the potential of violence similar to the one of 2007. “I will engage to my brothers William Ruto, Uhuru Kenyatta and others to preach peace and conduct civil campaigns because the decision on who will be the president will be made by Kenyans based on our policies. We should never allow political differences to lead to conflict among our people”, he told ecstatic crowd at Burnt Forest trading centre. “My vehicle for my bid to Presidency is UDF party and that decision is final. I am reaching out to all 47 counties to seek support to ensure a win in the first round.” he said.
He urged the locals to support him saying he has the experience and capacity to lead the country to greater height of development, end tribalism, corruption and economic challenges facing Kenyans. At Luandeti trading centre he told the crowd time is running out for leaders from the region who have not joined his train that is ready to depart for the journey to state house. “Tell my brothers still hesitant to join my train that it is almost leaving them. They have to make the decision or we shall depart without them as we attach 47 wagons of other Kenyans”, said Mudavadi amid applause from the crowd.
Musalia Mudavadi was accompanied by Abdikadir Mohammed, the New Ford Kenya chairman who is also the Malava Mp Soita Shitanda, Dr. Bonny Khalwale (Ikolomani), Justus Kizito Mugali (Shinyalu), Fred Kapondi (Mt. Elgon), Ben Washiali (Mumias) Former Kimilili mp Dr. Mukhisa Kituyi among other leaders.
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