Sunday, 24 June 2012


Crowd of NewFord Kenya party supporters in Kawangware
New Ford Kenya opens Headquarters.
By Collins Kweyu in Nairobi
Deputy PM Uhuru Kenyatta arrives for the event.
New Ford Kenya Party which its leader Mr Eugine Wamalwa opened its headquarters in Lavington,Nairobi on Sunday June 24 with the Deputy Prime Minister Mr Uhuru Kenyatta and a host of MPS gracing the occasion.
Prior to opening of the office Wamalwa held a roadshow from Kawangware to his Lavington office where he teamed up with Kenyatta for the official opening of the office.
Speaker after speaker at the function called for peaceful campaigns and elections saying that this nation was greater than any one else.
The Deputy Prime Minister said that he will accept the verdict of Kenyans if they settles on Wamalwa as the Presidential candidate and he will give him all the support.
``Hata kama wengine wetu tuna kesi tutakuwa kwa debe,`` said Kenyatta amid cheers from Wamalwa and his supporters at the event.Kenyatta and three other Kenyans former Head of Civil Service Ambassador Francis Muthaura,Eldoret North MP Mr William Ruto and radio Journalist Mr Joshua Sang are facing cases at the International Criminal Court in the Hague.

Politician Caleb Burudi of TIPTIP party

On his part Wamalwa said that his fellow MPs should homour the late Internal Security Minister Prof George Saitoti and his Assistant Minister Mr Joshua Orwa Ojode by visiting Dhiwa constituency which was being represented in Parliament by Ojodeh and complete the construction of the  Church which the two alongside two Police Pilots and two bodyguards died as they went to fund raise to complete its construction.
Makadara MP Mr Mike Sonko complained of a requirement that elected leaders should have degrees saying that this requirement will lock out many good leaders from leadership.Sonko added that majority of leaders with degrees in the country were the ones involved in mega corruption.
Kaddu  leader Mr. Jirongo urged voters not to elect leaders on tribal basis as Kenya belonged to all people saying that if leaders were to be elected on tribal lines then Kenya risks taking the Somali way of Government where tribal and clansm politics has made the country almost ungovernable for more than two decades.

Man Ingwe perform at the function
Deputy PM Uhuru Kenyatta shakes hands with Kalembe Ndile of TIPTIP party as other leaders look on at the function
Makadara MP Mr Mike Sonko acknowldeges greetings from supporters as DPM Uhuru Kenyatta (left) and nominated MP Mr Musikari Kombo (centre) looks on.
DPM Uhuru Kenyatta and New Ford Kenya leader Wamalwa in a jig with other guests

MC Big Ted (left) and other guests follow proceedings

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