Deputy President William Ruto has blamed the Turkana County Government for not doing enough to address the impact of the ongoing drought on locals.
Ruto who was in Turkana said resources allocated to the county government every financial year are enough to mitigate the same.
Ruto called on the residents to support the Jubilee party exuding confidence that they will win the 2017 general elections with over 4 million votes.
Jubilee party top leadership continued with their extensive mass voter registration sensitization campaign with Deputy President William Ruto pitching camp in Turkana County to mobilize support for the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
And with the County experiencing severe drought, Ruto laid blame on the county Government for allegedly failing to avert the resident’s suffering.
In criticism aimed at Turkana Governor Josphat Nanok, Ruto said the 12 billion shillings allocated to the County Government every financial year must be utilized prudently. He called on Turkana residents to support the reelection of President Uhuru Kenyatta saying they will win the 2017 elections with over 4 million votes.
Speaking separately Garissa Town MP Aden Duale has ruled out any chance of a grand coalition government after the elections saying CORD leader is inciting his supporters hoping for the same.
Duale termed as unfounded claims by Raila that the government is planning to borrow 80 billion shillings to pay off debts and challenged him to table evidence on the allegations.