Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa on Saturday December 4 reacted to President Uhuru Kenyatta's remarks that the youthful leaders eyeing positions in the 2022 general elections were moving at a faster speed and it was likely they will be overtakes by the older if they run out of breathe.
Speaking in Karatina when she had accompanied Ruto to his rally, Jumwa said that the UDA brigade will increase their speed towards 2022 since they are ready and willing to change the economy of this country, fight poverty and empower the ordinary Kenyan.
"The DP has an elaborate plan to make your lives better. Those who are telling us the young leaders that were are fast, I want to tell them that we are running from problems and we want to revive the economy," posed Jumwa with cheerful ranks renting the air.
She added that they will not slow down until August 9th, 2022 since they started the race to bring a revolution and change in the country few years back.
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