Ekuru Aukot, the leader of the Thirdway Alliance Party, has boldly urged the administration to put delivering on its campaign pledges ahead of playing the victim card for past mistakes. Kimani Wamatangi, the governor of Kiambu, was singled out by Aukot for defending the incumbent administration, and he was urged to deal with the issues at hand rather than divert focus.
Aukot stressed the need of the government concentrating on its legacy during an interview, using the late President Mwai Kibaki's term as an illustration. He praised Kibaki for focusing on making progress rather than getting bogged down in lamenting the shortcomings of the previous administration.
Additionally, Aukot criticised President William Ruto's administration, calling it a "expanded government" with excessive spending. He emphasised a violated promise of operating a frugal administration by pointing out that this wasteful spending should have been devoted to urgently needed development projects.
Aukot also emphasised the significance of realising and taking advantage of the numerous opportunities present everywhere in the nation, even in the most isolated regions. Instead of relying on imports from other nations, he argued for using local resources and products to strengthen the economy and generate job opportunities.
The controversial statements made by Aukot are guaranteed to stir heated discussions among readers who hold opposing viewpoints. He engages the readers' emotions and encourages them to consider their own experiences and hopes for a better future by pleading with the government to concentrate on keeping its commitments and addressing present issues.https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2023-05-18-stop-blame-games-deliver-campaign-promises-aukot-tells-ruto-regime/
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