Cleo Malala is a renown Kakamega county politician who did not make it during the 2022 August general elections.
Cleo has shared details of what he was doing when he held a meeting with the deputy president Hon Rigathi Gachagua.
Sharing photos captured during their meeting, Cleo revealed that he had a lengthy discussion with the Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua on the implementation of the Kenya Kwanza pledges that they promised to do within 100 days in office.
He added that he has a strong belief that the plan is being steered in the right direction.
Screenshot of a post on Facebook
Link https://www.facebook.com/100044437509330/posts/pfbid02TypWeYK2bXHa8zpRAewB64jMdCid3WiW521495s6Ck8FsEKC7n76G7aJEp6YhpAFl/?app=fblHon Rigathi Gachagua With Cleo Malala
During campaigns, the Kenya Kwanza team promised to ensure they implement some of the issues they shared in their manifesto within 100 days after taking over office. We have hopes that they will fulfill what they promised Kenyans.
In your own opinion, do you believe that some of these Issues will be implementation Within 100 days? Feel free to drop your comment.
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