Deputy President Ruto pledges to work with all leaders

Written By: Juney Karisa

The 2022 succession politics characterized an event attended by Deputy President William Ruto in Vanga grounds Kwale county with Ruto appearing to have cast his net wider as he seeks to solidify his stake in the country’s political matrix.

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Leaders present at the function pledging their support for the Deputy President even as Ruto promised to work with all leaders irrespective of their political affiliations in delivering the jubilee’s development agenda.

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It has been an unpredictable season in the country’s political environment in the wake of a pact between President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga.

Amid the uncertainty, DP Ruto Ruto was diplomatic saying that the jubilee administration was ready to work with all elected leaders irrespective of their political affiliations.

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He continued saying the new found political unity was meant to unite the country and deliver the government’s development agenda even as he hit out at those he described as political opportunists.

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The afternoon would see him interact with residents of Junda and Kadongo in Kisauni Constituency before raising funds that would see the construction of Karisa Maitha Memorial National High School estimated to cost over 100 million shillings.

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Ruto said that the government has also injected funds to re-tarmac the Karisa Maitha road as well as the Junda – Mwakirunge- Kaloleni road with construction works expected to kick off by the end of the year.

The Deputy President was to later proceed to Kisauni constituency where he launched the survey and processing of title deeds for the Manjauni settlement scheme.


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