Source: Citizen TV
Through citizen TV morning show hosted by Trevor Ombija, Honourable Paul Wamatangi who is the current majority whip said that the jubilee administration achieved a lot when the president was working with his deputy.
Speaking about the state of the Nation address by the president, He added that what has been done is not based on citizens satisfaction because not all can appreciate the good work.
All projects which was commission in the first term of their leadership are now being completed with others remaining stalled because of corruption which altered government projects like construction of dams and stadiums which was not done.
Currently Dp Ruto is being blamed for manifestos achieved yet he has been already sidelined and his duties transferred to other senior government officials.
It is good to give credit where it deserves despite of political differences so that citizens can get a good view of our their leaders behaves.
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