Deputy President William Ruto's running mate Rigathi Gachagua has lauded his 'boss' the DP following how exclusively and elaborately he has outlined the contests of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance Manifesto ahead of the August 9 polls.
Gachagua who was welcomed by the DP to speak during the unveiling of the manifesto at Kasarani Stadium on Thursday evening, said that the manifesto is a collective plan of the issues raised by Kenyans across the country, which were collected during the economic forums.
In his remarks, the Mathira member of parliament told Kenyans to brace for 'kusema na kutenda' and the implementation of the issues outlined by Ruto should the Kenya Kwanza camp form the next government after the August polls.
"We congratulate you for the deliver of our agenda, 'umecheza kama wewe' 'you have done great.' I want to confirm to Kenyans that what our leader has delivered is a culmination of consultations with the people of Kenya, and that all the issues raised are the priorities stated by the people of Kenya," he said.
Gachagua further assured the police that their livelihoods will be improved should the KKA win the polls, arguing that the funds made to make their lives better were being channeled to support the BBI and the Azimio campaigns.
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