Today President Kenyatta landed in Nyeri for extensive Discussions with leaders ahead of Mashujaa Day celebrations. The Head of state urged them to Work Together in order to Push Development and Prosperity agenda Forward. Uhuru Advised Them not be deceived by Rhetoric Politics rather focus on Unity and Cohesion.
The Government has initiated various Projects in Mount Kenya including 8 Billion shilling Thiba Dam in Kirinyaga. Former Finance Minister received Warm reception after inspection of the project with excited Locals Flocked to The streets to welcome their Son
The Jovial Residents Cheered And sang praise song towards Uhuru. It has been a While since he toured in his Backyard Amid DP Ruto and Allies the second in command is the new king in the Mountain.
He Promised Tea And Coffee Farmers better incomes From next year after The parliament passed new reforms. Additionally, Thiba Dam Will help farmers increase productivity and therefore build the economy
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