Members allied to the Jubilee Party have hailed President Uhuru Kenyatta efforts to unite the country and have urged him to visit all parts of the Country.
The leaders who spoke during Inua Mama-Jenga Taifa meeting in Kapsabet town, Nandi County said they were behind the President effort to ensure the Big Four Agenda are realized.
Chesumui Mp Wilson Kogo said the Friday meeting between the President and Mt Kenya leaders should be replicated across the country.
“Mr President it is our happiness when you meet the leaders and provide leadership, that is what we need in this country,” he said.
He urged the President and his Deputy William Ruto to visit the Rift Valley and show their voters all was well irrespective of the handshake and Building Bridge Initiative politics
Governor Stephen Sang (Nandi) said the state visit by the President to meet regional leaders which started in Mombasa then Sagana should continue to other regions.
He lashed at the ODM brigade noting they were advancing politics of division and hate.
Mr Sang further condemned political attacks on women,he singled Suba Mp Junet Mohammed of leading a hate campaign against women.
“What kind of men insults women, if you want to fight, fight fellow women, our women should be respected,” said Sang
Trans Nzoia Mp Janet Nangabo said they were looking at the President and his Deputy to unite and give the country direction.
Aldai Mp Cornelly Serem said the Rift Valley was opposed to the BBI saying the opposition leader Raila Odinga and his team were not interested in uniting the country but were led by personal interest
Ms Mary Wamau Mp(Maragua) said the the President had a clear message to Mt Kenya leaders to support the Jubilee agenda and manifesto.
She observed matters of development concerning the region were discussed at large during the meeting.
Wamaua urged men to support women to actively participate in politics and seek elective posts.
Ms Jane Chebaibai Mp (Egeyo-Marakwet) expressed strong opposition to the BBI if it is not meant to address issues affecting ordinary Kenyan.
She criticized Junet saying he was preaching politics of hate and division noting that his party leader Raila Odinga had on several times received votes from Rift Valley irrespective of the so called ‘bedroom’
Ms Falhada Imran(nominated senator) said she will oppose the BBI if its content does not address issues of pastoralists and women.
She told off Junet for hurling insults against women.
Ms Liza Chelule Mp Nakuru said calls to disband Inua mama was uncalled for noting that they were not comparable to Embrace Kenya since they were pro development.
She dismissed Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua for terming them as flower girls.
Also present were Halima Muceke(nominated)Tecla Tum(Nandi) who
donated cheques and equipment to women and youths.