The deputy president William Ruto,on September 30,held consultative meeting with Kajiando leaders. Amongst the present were MPs George Sunkuiya,Soipan Tuya,Katoo Ole Metito,Philip Mpaayei,Gichunge Kabeabea and a group of MCAs from the said county.Kimani Ichungwah from kiambu was also present.
The leaders together with Ruto discussed the problems they face as pastoralists. Whereby Ruto said that,the pastoralists communities feeds millions of people yet they always marginalized and mistaken. Thus,promised them that,if he is elected as the president come 2022,the bottom up economic strategy approach, will ensure that value chains and markets for their animal products are created. Adding that,that will improve production thereby generating more income and jobs.
Ruto also promised them that,his government if elected as president, will ensure that,they are involved in decision making in each and every project concerning them.
My reader, do you think the promises will be fulfilled? Kindly feel free to leave a response below.
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