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"Some People Are Having It Tough" PS Hinga Say on Ruto's Leadership, Compares it With Uhuru's Tenure

Housing and Urban Development Principal Secretary Charles Hinga has 'praised' President William Ruto's leadership style, saying that gone are the days government officials will spent days to plan a given function.

Speaking in Ruiru, Kiambu County when President Ruto had gone to launch affordable housing project that will deliver 1,050 housing units, Hinga revealed that he received a call from Ruto yesterday to plan for the event.

He also added that long memos and letters before a meeting is convened is long gone, saying that some of the people who have joined government and never worked with the president before are still having it tough to settle in."

"We are grateful Your Excellency that we have you here today, and I think for those who have never worked with the Excellency before, are still suffering a lit bit of shock from the system because we were used to getting memos and long letters about such an event, and with a long period of preparation."

"For those who do not know, yesterday at 12 O'clock the president gave me a call and said that we need to go to a county outside Nairobi, and the work that we have done here started yesterday, and therefore before anything else I would like to thank the people who have made this day a success."

Hinga added that the housing project is close to the president's heart since he wants to ensure that the Kenyans who voted for him live in dignity, adding that the projects will also create job opportunities to youths.

Speaking during the launch, Cabinet Secretary for Lands Zakariah Njeru assured that his ministry and the three state departments will endeavor to deliver sufficient land for the affordable housing programme across the country.

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