Aisha Jumwa who is a member of parliament pointed at the president while speaking to the people in Isiolo where that had gone to campaign for deputy president William Samoei Ruto
She said that the president should focus on the big four agendas because that is of his size and leave the small jobs and projects for members of parliament and the members of county assemblies. Something to do with bursary and tap water projects is for MPs and MCAs and they should be left to do their job
They want to president while leaving the office to tell the people about manufacturing, food security, affordable housing and universal healthcare where she said that he should stick to this and if they turned from being big four agendas to big fail agendas he should stick to them and maybe try to revive them.
This can along when urging peyfrom Isiolo to reject the building bridges initiative bill that the president is currently pushing considering it as his legacy.
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