Kaluyu back to the presidential race

Dr Jeff Kaluyu speaking to the media at the Samson's Corner , Kirinyaga County  where he had joined traditional worshipers in their annual pilgrimage around mountain kenya this  morning , where  he also announced his presidential  intent come  the general elections.

Dr Jeff Kaluyu who caused jitters in the political scene during the  2017 presidential elections is back at the scene  promising surprises in the race to the house of the hill.

Kaluyu who ran as an Independent candidate was little known but hi entry into the race raised eyebrows said this time round he was optimistic to capture the seat.

Under the banner ‘We the People’, said his candidature was meant to take Kenyans back to where it was economically, socially and politically.

“Our mission is take us back , and I can assure and  promise Kenyans that once we are elected to take this great country ahead ,  our people will no longer  regret since  our   team has what it takes to get the people back,” said the contender.

A section of  worshipers who were among those who joined a day long pilgrimage around  mountain kenya this morning while conducting traditional prayers when they made a stop over at the Samson's Corner , Kirinyaga County.

Speaking at Samson’s corner  in Kirinyaga County this morning where he joined pilgrims who were conducting traditional prayers this morning  Kaluyu whose Ph.D is on policy and research  said more than ever before the country required peace and tranquility.

“In order for Kenya to get to greater heights of prosperity it is only through our generation this can be realised while those  who have been there  for decades should  hung their towels  and exit from the national political arena, “he said.

Kaluyu said  although he was yet to announce his vehicle to the presidency  it was obvious it will be a political party unlike in 2017 when he ran as an independent.

The pilgrims included locals from various  traditional and modern set ups to international ones who came all the way from Germany and the USA .

David Mario from  the USA said the prayers were  unique in that the pilgrims were aiming at only one goal,  peace.

Some of the international  faithful who turned up for the annual traditional prayers at the Samson's Corner ,Kirinyaga County before proceeding on the day-long pilgrimage   this morning. 

Another  foreigner at the pilgrimage was Nyanion from the Switzerland who  described the event as similar to that held in Meca by the Muslim fathful .

 


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