Deputy President William Ruto has come out to congratulate the newly elected Member of Parliament of Juja constituency and new member of county assembly of Rurie ward in Nyandarua county in recent by election. The new Juja MP George Koimburi and the elected MCA, both who ran under UDA party, were declared winners by IEBC after yesterday votes tallying.
Deputy President William Ruto first wished the elected leaders all the best in their new journey to deliver service to people and also congratulated those who vied but did not win, assuring them that there is always next time. However, what caught the attention of many in his statement is where he thanked God for the Hustler Nation which he believes will form the next government after 2022 election.
He further said now it's time we embark on building the economy considering that many people have lost jobs due to Corona Pandemic and many are suffering. Lastly he added thar it's time we embark on the big four agenda which was introduced by president Uhuru Kenyatta during his second time in office.
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