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William Ruto Sends This Pleading Message To Executive, Judiciary & MPs As Only Way To Serve

In order to improve Kenyans' quality of life, President William Ruto has urged the three branches of government to carry out their duties.

To address the issues the public is facing, according to Ruto, the Executive, the Judiciary, and the Legislature should collaborate.

No matter their affiliation, he urged all elected officials to keep their promises to the public.

"As the Executive, we will do our part and I want to implore the Judiciary and Parliament to also play their parts so that we can serve the 50 million Kenyans." He stated on Tuesday.

Ruto warned that leaders shouldn't let down Kenyans while speaking in Nyeri at the funeral of Jackson Reriani, the brother of Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua.

"We desired victory. Each individual performed their part. We secured seats in the governorship, legislature, and MCA. What we desired was obtained. What do the people have now? we ought to ask," he continued.

Gachagua also pledged to perform his duties with fidelity and commitment.

"Simply electing Ruto was inadequate. Ruto needs to be successful in turning around the nation. With military precision, I will carry out government policies," he declared.

The country, according to the Deputy President, is "pregnant" with expectations, and people are looking forward to Kenya Kwanza's promises being kept.

"Those responsible for supporting the President must put forth a lot of effort. I want to reaffirm that I'll put in a lot of effort to revive the nation's economy and restore the people's dignity," said Gachagua.

Kenyans have high expectations for the next administration, according to candidate for prime cabinet secretary Musalia Mudavadi.

"We'll maintain our resolve and soon reconstruct our nation. We will overcome the obstacles under the President's direction," Mudavadi declared.

Ruto underlined his belief in the ability of his proposed Cabinet picks to carry out his campaign pledges.

"A significant challenge lies ahead, but rest certain that we are up to the task. In the end, we won't leave any debt to our kids. According to the Bible, a decent man leaves an inheritance for his children; it does not say to leave debt for them," he claimed.

He declared that his administration will welcome criticism from leaders of the opposition.

"The opposition needs to represent Kenyans' interests. We want a good concept to give way to a greater idea, and we will accomplish this by cooperating for the benefit of our nation," added Ruto.

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