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“Time will come to politic, for now, let’s join hands to realise the transformational development we promised in our manifesto,” said the President.
He asked wananchi to maintain the unity of purpose displayed during campaign period when they promised and delivered a victory for the Jubilee coalition.
“The Government will do all the best to ensure the unity of Kenyans during campaigns is maintained for tangible development,” the President said.
Already Ksh 200m has been set aside for the upgrade, President Kenyatta said.
“The funds are part of loans and grants negotiated during my visit to China,” the President added.
Deputy President, William Ruto, assured Kenyans that the Government will deliver on all the promises made during the campaign periods.
“In the same sacred grounds, you promised to support Jubilee coalition. You voted for the victory that enabled the coalition to form the Government. We as Government will fulfill our pledges,” Ruto noted.
Mr Ruto said the Government will rehabilitate road networks in the country to facilitate economic growth and create more jobs for the youth.
The Deputy President said for the country to move forward, leaders and wananchi in general should rise above petty squabbles and remain united as a nation.
He assured the President that Rift Valley will continue supporting him and his Government to realise the development agenda he has for the country.
Bomet Governor, Isaac Ruto, reiterated his call to medical workers to return to work saying their grievances would be effectively handled by the County Governments.
Mr Ruto, who is the chairman of the council of Governors, told workers who are not ready to work in the counties that they will be replaced by the trained but unemployed youth.
The leader of majority in Senate, Prof Kithure Kindiki, supported Governor Ruto’s stand on the striking medical workers saying the National Government cannot interfere with devolved services.
He told the health workers to respect the constitution that devolved their services from the National Government.
Leader of Majority in the National Assembly, Adan Duale, also supported the Governors’ stand on the health workers strike.
The President, who wound his two-day working tour of Rift Valley, made a stopover at Salgaa along the Eldoret-Nakuru road to acknowledge greetings from wananchi.
He assured them of his Government’s commitment to unite the country and uplift their living standards, promising to tour Nakuru County soon to address their development concerns.