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President Kenyatta attends the 2nd Leadership Summit as Odinga skips in Kwale County.


The summit was organised by the parliamentary houses. PHOTO | PSCU

President Uhuru Kenyatta Attended a 2nd National Leadership Summit in Kwale with Kwale governor Salim Mvurya. The summit was organised by a partnership between both Houses of Parliament and the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA).



The opposition leader Hon. Raila Odinga was also invited to the summit. He declined the invitation and accused the government of preparing grounds where they could steal tax payers money. The meeting exclusively prepared to combine the government agencies and the opposition parties in discussing the issues affecting Kenya and suggestion to combat jobless youth in the Country.




The summit included Political parties, religious and civil society leaders, captains of industry, Parliamentarians and the Executive dialogue. The president urged politicians to support developments and do mature politics. He also insisted that abusive politics and hatred will take the country into the Olden days. The statements that the president made were seconded by the host governor Hon Salim Mvurya.The Leadership Summit is expected to continue for two days.

CORD leader skips Kwale summit because Mvurya ditched his party. PHOTO | PSCU

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