Kenya: I'm Open to Development Talks With Opposition - Uhuru

President Uhuru Kenyatta has reiterated that politicians from the opposition are free to talk to him on development issues.

He said this while asking CORD party leaders not to panic when they see him meeting Members of Parliament from their ranks.

"Don't forget that I was elected to serve all Kenyans and we have to talk to the leaders on their development priorities," he said.

The President said that it is the people who will decide which directions their leaders will take and his priority was to serve the people.

"When the people come to Jubilee, the leaders will follow," he said.

The President was speaking in Kiamugumo Girls Secondary School in Kirinyaga County at a thanksgiving ceremony for Devolution Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru.

"Don't fear when we meet leaders from CORD. Where is the problem when I talk to them to know their development priorities," he said.