ODM party National Youth Council has called on the leadership of the country to fix the problems affecting Kenyans.
Speaking in Nakuru during a consultative meeting ,the council through chairman John Ketorah said as youths they think positively and are longing fora nation where youths are included in matters of National importance.
“As youths we think positively and we are therefore calling on the leadership of this country to ensure they fix problems affecting Kenyans” they said.
On the ongoing stalemate at the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, the ODM party National Youth Council said it they are in support of the stand taken by the party to have IEBC dismantled and accounts audited.
This they said would help address the crisis facing the electoral Body in the country and avert crisis in future.
“On the stalemate surrounding IEBC, we want to state that we support the stand taken by our party leadership and that the remaining commissioners should be dismantled and an audit conducted on the accounts” they said.
They reiterated that they are in full support of necessary amendments to the Constitution to ensure fairness.According o Ketorah, the ODM party National Youth Council is also in the process of organizing a national conference that will see leadership in place before a nationwide outreach to revamp the league as per the party vision.
Koitamet Ole Kina from the Nasa Technical Team who also attended the meeting refuted claims that the famous handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga was towards politics of 2022.
According to Ole Kina, the handshake was only meant to ensure unity arguing that Nasa was still intact and that the focus in now on the 9 agenda as outlined in the famous handshake.
“The famous handshake is not about the politics of succession but rather it is about the unity and development of the nation. Nasa is still in place and the focus is now on how to achieve the 9 agenda of the handshake.
PHOTO/Pristone Mambili: ODM Party National Youth Council addressing media in Nakuru on Wednesday led by chairman John Ketorah.