The Cabinet Secretary for Gender and Youth Affairs Madam Aisha Jumwa was among the leaders who accompanied the President Hon William Samoei Ruto to Gilgil, Nakuru County for the passing over parade of the NYS.
Addressing the event, the vocal leader left the President Hon William Samoei Ruto and allies into laughter after she said that the former Prime Minister Hon Raila Amollo Odinga is fighting for his own Political interests and the President need to consider him for any job so that he can calm down because he is currently jobless.
She revealed that the President Hon William Samoei Ruto told her to remain focused with what she is doing and that is why she is making alot of progress. She urged the leaders to coorporate with the Kenya Kwanza coalition government because they have clear plans to change things around and make our economy work again.
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