Deputy President William Ruto has today pulled a another Suprise calling for Parliamet and Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC to ensure that resources to counties and undertake the creation of additional constitutiecies as advocated by BBI takes effect.
Here is the twit.
Deputy President said this during as he fellowshipped with spiritual leaders from various churches and mosques from Makueni County at the Karen Residence, Nairobi. Deputy President was accampanied by Members of Parliaments like Halima Mucheke, Aisha Jumwa, John Mutunga, Kimani Ichung’wah, Victor Munyaka and Johnson Muthama were also in attendance.
Ruto later went to Facebook page and posted “Faith leaders are central to the socio-economic transformation of Kenya. They are the cornerstones of communities, with an extensive reach to every corner of our country. With the authority and influence that they have, we are partnering with them to uplift the ordinary people, starting from the bottom, for enhanced and sustainable development of Kenya."
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