Kitui governor Charity Ngilu has said she is ready to work with President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Jubilee administration.
Ngilu said time for politics has passed and it was now time for development plans.
Speaking during the sixth graduation of Kitui Teachers Training College’s sixth graduation, where she was the chief guest, Ngilu maintained that her five-pillar manifesto was in line with President Kenyatta’s big four agenda.
“I am going to work hand in hand with President Uhuru Kenyatta because his administration is spearheading a development agenda which is similar to mine,” Ngilu said.
“I stand for food and water, security, universal healthcare, youth and women empowerment and wealth creation which is basically what forms the Jubilee government’s agenda for Kenyans,” Ngilu added
Her remarks come just a day after Nasa leader Raila Odinga met President uhuru Kenyatta and agreed to unite and put their differences aside for the sake of the country.
The governor noted that the Jubilee manifesto is similar to hers and she will therefore work hand in hand with the administration towards its actualisation.