Deputy president William Ruto has advocated for the passage of NHIF amendment bill. This amendment bill aims at providing free medical care to Kenyans around the country. The deputy president has firmly championed for this bill under his new bottom-up economic model.
Today the deputy president hosted UDA allied legislators at his official residence in Karen ahead of the passage of NHIF bill tomorrow in the parliament. The legislators will tomorrow debate and then approve it. This is one of the milestone on universal healthcare program.
During the consultative meeting, the deputy president said that tomorrow is a great day for the twelfth parliament. The legislators will either approve or disapprove the NHiF amendment bill which provides healthcare to million of Kenyans
Various leaders allied to UDA party attended the consultative meeting in Karen. The leaders included Kiambaa MP John Wanjiku, Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichungwa, MP Emmanuel Wagwe, Nyandarua women representative Jane Kihara, MP Aisha Jumwa, Dagoretti North MP John Kiarie, Belgut MP Koech among other elected leaders.
This information and photos were shared by deputy president William Ruto on his official Facebook page.
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