The Party of National Unity has suspended its weekend activities in Meru County on Saturday so as to welcome President Uhuru Kenyatta who is expected on Saturday.
Speaking while meeting aspirants at a local hotel, PNU leader Peter Munya welcomed the head of state to the county and asked Meru residents to turn up in large numbers to welcome President Kenyatta at the Kaaga Primary School grounds.
He lamented on how Jubilee candidates in the county must invite a national leader so as to launch Jubilee party as they cannot do it on their own meaning they will lose the elections in the morning come election day.
He added that local administrators are being used to mobilize supporters to attend the function on Saturday as they cannot mobilize for themselves but they will support President Kenyatta to be re-elected.
He also announced that his party has reduced by Sh5, 000 the registration fees for special groups like the youth, women and the disabled and PNU will last for generations as they don’t want to create new parties every election year.
He asked the President to honor pledges he made to the region during the last general elections.