“It is good to also commend (the administration) on what it has achieved in terms of development and not just always criticising,” Matiang’i said.
The CS at the same time criticised leaders who visit Gusii region without any development agenda and emphasised on the importance of assessing the performance record of leaders.
However, Raila continued to accuse the Jubilee administration of dozens of ills including police brutality, corruption, unemployment and economic distress.
He told the Gusii community that he was ready to dislodge President Kenyatta next year and urged the thousands of youth present that they could vote out Jubilee if they registered as voters.
He also accused Jubilee of refusing to implement the recommendations of the Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission.