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Leadership should be left to youth, Governor Mutua tells politicians

Mutua, who assured Kenyans that his critics would not destruct his focus on development, urged youth to support the Jubilee government saying he had hope that it would lead the country to the next level of development.

With former President H.E Daniel T. Arap Moi when I called on him at his Kabarak home this evening

Gov. Mutua With former President H.E Daniel T. Arap Moi when he visited him at his Kabarak home

Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua has told off the old crop of politicians saying their time is up and they should not expect to replace youthful leadership now in power.

While addressing delegates at the fourth Annual International Research Conference at Kabarak University, Mutua said the political baton was handed over to the current leadership by former President Mwai Kibaki and could go back to the elderly.

“The race is away from the elderly politicians and it is with the youthful generation. There is no reverse on this. Those reasoning otherwise have no option and they should accept and move on,” said the governor.

He asked the youth across the country to unite and fight off negative politics by jealously protecting unity and utilising well the positions given to them by Kenyans through elective or even appointment.

“Let nobody cheat you that he/she has a solution, Kenyans themselves understand well what affects them and they have the solutions within,” he added.

The governor urged leaders and Kenyans to learn to speak the truth saying negative criticism and attacks directed at his administration were purely because he was transforming his people’s lives.

Mutua hit out at critics accusing them of spreading propaganda on the 33km road from Kithimani to Makutano.

He challenged critics of his development projects, especially the road which was billed as the fastest built road in Kenya and possibly Africa, to instead show what they have done for Kenyans.

Addressing students drawn from 47 Universities on Maendeleo Chap chap ideology at Kabarak University, Nakuru County during the 4th annual International research conference.

Addressing students drawn from 47 Universities on Maendeleo Chap chap ideology at Kabarak University, Nakuru County during the 4th annual International research conference.

The governor defended the quality of the road which has of late been at the centre of debate over its quality with critics saying the facility was hurriedly done as a public relations gimmick than a service to Machakos residents.

“The road is perfect, has a strong base and double seal chippings with bitumen. Those criticising it are clearly part of an orchestrated hate campaign and do not understand road construction,” he said.

Mutua, who assured Kenyans that his critics would not destruct his focus on development, urged youth to support the Jubilee government saying he had hope that it would lead the country to the next level of development.

-The standard

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