Pratt urges Kenyans to elect visionary leaders

Pratt urges Kenyans to elect visionary leaders
Photo: Casting a ballot. Photo/File

President Uhuru Kenyatta’s sister, Kristina Pratt has urged Kenyans to elect visionary, God-fearing and peace-loving leaders who would unite the country, promote peace and foster development.

She said the country needs development-conscious and focused leaders who would protect property, lives and promote the economy to benefit all Kenyans.

Addressing faithful at Nyabururu Catholic Church during the ordination of deacons — Henry Omwoyo, Ronald Otieno, David Obara and Isaac Okindo by Bishop Joseph Mairura, she urged voters to listen to candidates and vote wisely during the August 8 General Election.

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Kristina lauded members of the Abagusii community for their hard work, saying it has led to investments in the banking sector and challenged locals to elect leaders who will promote the country’s economy and spur its growth.

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