The Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya, William Ruto lead the Kenya Kwanza coalition today in a rally at the Gatundu Stadium in Gatundu. He then took to his Twitter account to salute the Gatundu MP.
The Kenya Kwanza coalition leader in his tweet salutes Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria for allowing access of quality education in Gatundu South Consistency.
In his tweet the DP says, "We salute Hon. Moses Kuria for his unqualified energy and drive to enhance access to quality education in Gatundu South, through the National Government Constituencies Development Fund (NG-CDF)."
He also added that Kenya Kwanza associates with that milestone and commits to channel more to the grassroots to drive further the country's development agenda.
The aspiring president in his recent tweet added that, the Kenya Kwanza coalition presented buses to academic institution apart from sharing their development agenda with the people of Kiambu County.
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