Kitui Governor Hon. Charity Ngilu has differed with President Kenyatta’s close allies who have set their agenda in the forthcoming 2022 general elections rather than implementation of their manifesto to the Kenyans.
Speaking on Monday May 7,at Athi market when she met the flood survivors who have been rendered homeless by the ongoing floods, Ngilu termed this as a way of slowing development since this is the best time for the leaders to work for their people.
Earlier,Ngilu made other two major stop overs one at Kamutei Mixed school and the other at Ikutha Girls also in the same constituency.
At both schools, she handed over cash cheques for schools’ renovation purposes alongside the distribution of sanitary towels to the school girls’ so as to better their health.This shall help reduce the high number of absenteeism registered by the school going girls.
Ms. Ngilu has congratulated president Kenyatta for setting up four big development agendas to achieve during his 5-year second term in office. Early this year,the President rolled out his main agendas to fulfill during his tenure in office as the Executive President which are set to improve the living standards of all upon fulfillment.
Among these Kenyatta’s agendas were food policy, promotion of local industry and manufacturing,provision of Universal Health care services and involvement of Kenyans in Architectural and structural designs.These are the key areas that the incumbent Jubilee government is set to achieve before it’s five-year term in office elapses calling for another election.
The Governor added that if these agendas are to be effected, many people’s lifes shall get transformed since more job opportunities shall be created to accommodate the idling Kenyan youths.By doing so,the unemployment rate shall be expected to drop down at a higher margin translating to reduced cases of immortality among the youths.
She termed these President’s four big agendas to be much helpful to all upon the implementation.Governor Ngilu urged all the elected leaders to shed their future political aspirations and fulfill their promises they made to the electorates ahead of the past August 2017 general elections.