Ngilu urges Kenyans to vote out Jubilee

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By Grace Maina

Former cabinet secretary in the ministry of lands Charity Ngilu has called upon Kenyans vote out the jubilee administration led by President Uhuru Kenyatta over what she termed as failure to deliver on its mandate and engaging in massive corruption.

Speaking at Kakeani in Kitui west constituency where she attended a Sunday service, the NARC party leader said that Kenyans are still suffering from the same problems which were affecting them before they voted in Jubilee which include; Drought and water shortage among many others.

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She therefore urged Kenyans to ensure change by voting in fresh people in the government come 2017 general elections, as since independence the nation has experienced minimal development.

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Ngilu said that since independence, public resources have been shared among the wealthy few at the expense of poor Kenyans and this is what needs to be addressed in order to promote equitable distribution of public funds.

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In the recent past Ngilu has been quite critical to the jubilee administration, a move which is considered to mean that she might be preparing to align herself with the opposition before next year’s elections.

Elsewhere in Masinga constituency, the area MP Itwiku Mbai has urged President Uhuru Kenyatta to immediately sack corrupt individuals in his government are risk tainting his name.

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Speaking at Ekalakala in Masinga during a graduation ceremony at a local private school, Mbai said that president Uhuru might not be corrupt, there is clear evidence that some few individual in his government are and that’s why he should move in speed and sack them in order to protect his name as well of that of his government.

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