Yesterday, President William Ruto traveled to Mukuru in the Embakasi South Constituency and examined the ongoing housing program there. Top county authorities like Nairobi City County Woman Rep Esther Passaris traveled with him.
The president has made it clear that his administration is committed to ensuring that its residents have access to better and more affordable housing. Before parting ways in 2017, he and his former boss President Uhuru Kenyatta founded this cause.
Passaris, who was re-elected as a member of the Orange Democratic Movement, ODM party during the general elections on August 9, praised the president on Twitter and claimed that the majority of people living in informal settlements would benefit from the project.
"Along with other leaders, I went to an ongoing affordable housing project in Mukuru, Embakasi South.
To ensure that Kenyans can move out of informal settlements and into social housing, I would encourage and assist my legislative colleagues to give the Housing Project high priority."
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