President Uhuru warns NASA over violation of the constitution

President Uhuru Kenyatta addressing a crowd at Nyayo National Stadium on December 12, 2015 during the Jamhuri Day celebrations. PHOTO: COURTESY.

Nairobi, KENYA: President Uhuru Kenyatta has warned the opposition on any attempt to violate the constitution.

Leading other Kenyans in marking Jamhuri day celebrations at Kasarani stadium in Nairobi on Tuesday, Uhuru said that nobody is above the law and all Kenyans ought to follow the constitution.

He said that under his leadership he will not allow any attempt to violate the constitution in the formulation of any form of government, after attempts by the opposition pushing for the swearing in of NASA leader Raila Odinga and his running mate Kalonzo Musyoka.

He said that he is ready to engage in talks with the opposition only if the talks will be based on development agenda of the country

“Fellow Kenyans I have seen a future and it is at hand, the politics and the pursuit of politics and politics sake must be a thing of the past.The pursuit of political leadership for economic leadership is our future.”The president said

He warned the drivers to be cautious during this festive season to avert accidents after a spate of accidents have been reported in the recent where at least two dozen people were feared dead in multiple crashes involving 15 vehicles at Sachangwan blackspot on the Nakuru-Eldoret highway.

Dozens of others were injured in the Tuesday midmorning collision that left a horror scene on the busy highway.

Nineteen of the survivors, including men, women and children, have been rushed to Nakuru Level Five Hospital.

The president directed traffic department to take stern action against drivers who drive recklessly resulting to increase of accidents during this festive season in a bid to reduce the number of accidents which are skyrocketing.