Nominated Member of Parliament Sabina Chege on Wednesday, August 9, stated that President William Ruto was the undisputed Mt. Kenya kingpin.
Speaking in Kirinyaga County, Sabina chege said that the opposition had predicted that Ruto would abandon Mt. Kenya after his election.
She also stated that President Ruto has delivered on most of his promises to the country and Central Kenya including employment for the youth, launching hospitals among other projects.
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Sabina Chege spoke in Gichugu, Kirinyaga County as she accompanied President Wiliam Ruto among other leaders for the launch of the Affordable Housing Project.
”You know Your Excellency, when we were on the other side, we were told that when you get elected you will not return to Mt. Kenya.
Has he kept his promise or not? We had been told that… hasn’t he come many times? We had been told he would not create employment for the youth, hasn’t he created? Hasn’t he built hospitals? Hasn’t he delivered?’ Sabina said.
The former Murang’a Woman representative also asked the Mt. Kenya people to solidify their support for the President and his development agenda.
Affirming herself as the Jubilee Party leader, she also asked President William Ruto to be the patron of Jubilee Party having worked together before.
”Because am the Jubilee Party leader, I want to ask that he be our patron and not forsake us because we were together previously,’ Sabina Chege said.
President William Ruto concluded his five-day tour in the Mt. Kenya region after a quest to calm what political pundits have termed as ”restlessness’ in Mt. Kenya.
Moreover, Ruto launched a series of development projects since he embarked on his tour in a bid to solidify and reaffirm his grip on the mountain.
The President on his last day of his tour commissioned the Naromoru Hospital, n iKìeni Constituency in Nyeri and affordable housing project in Gichugu Constituency.
President Ruto concluded his tour in Mt. Kenya in Thika, Kiambu county where he launched another housing project and commissioned Karìmenù Water Project at Ngoigwa, Thika Town Constituency.
The Affordable Housing Project is the pillar of the Kenya Kwanza government, which seeks to address the housing challenges countrywide and provide employment to the youth.
The government plans to construct 200,000 affordable housing units annually with an aim to create between 600,000 and one million jobs each year.