Deputy President William Ruto today Sunday 22nd August 2021 was flanked with UDA allied MPs to Ngurubani town, Mwea Constituency for a Church Service at ACK St Luke's Wang'uru.
During his speech, the second in command reiterated that the Appellate Court's decision to thwart the Constitution Amendment Bill (2020) spelt doom to President Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila Odinga and One Kenya Alliance Principals' alleged plan of sharing Positions and executive powers.
DP Ruto affirmed that the Jubilee Government will now concentrate on service delivery to the ordinary citizens and spearhead the ailing big four agenda which was meant to channel economic benefits to Kenyans.
The outspoken Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika urged the Jubilee Party Leader Uhuru Kenyatta to allow the Deputy President William Ruto's allied legislators cooperate with Uhuru's associates and mobilize the Jubilee's big four agenda.
"I want to ask President Uhuru Kenyatta to allow Hustler Nation MPs cooperate with Kieleweke lawmakers to spearhead the Jubilee's big four agenda because this was the core mission of our party. We can't live divided the way we are right now. It is high time we concentrate on delivering the promises we made" she said
Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa also sent a corded message to the Head of State citing that abandoning and sidelining his Deputy in government projects was just a slip of events swayed by the BBI. Aisha stated that the Hustler Nation camp is ready to revert back to its Jubilee roots and accomplish the big four agenda.
"Tunajua rais aliteleza sababu ya BBI, lakini nataka kumuambia sisi tuko Tayari kutimiza ndoto ya Jubilee ya big four agenda" she said.
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