Uhuru Meets Government Officials To Discuss The Following Issues
By @chibupress | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 0 views
It is less than 18 month before the reign of president Uhuru kenyatta comes to an end. The second term the president has been in the office had been characterised by the political disobedience caused by the succession politics.
The critics of the president Uhuru kenyatta especially those from his backyard have accused him of not going with Jubilee manifesto of the Big four agenda. They say ever since he had a handshake with the Raila Odinga. The building bridges initiative have dominated his government at the expense of the Jubilee manifesto that they promised people in 2017.
To counteract his critics,the president has organised a crucial meeting where he will be meeting goverment officials, CAS and CS to discuss over the big four agenda,the vision 2030 and the goverment programs as he near to leave the office.
The president is in a move to ensure that his legacy is well established. It is yet to seen how his critics will respond towards the president latest move.
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