President William Ruto is today presiding over the ground-breaking ceremony of the opening of the affordable Housing Project in Starehe Nairobi. The ground-opening marks the 5th project launched by the President this year.The Starehe house project is expected to construct 200,000 unit houses in a bid to ease the housing deficit in the country. The President was accompanied by his deputy Rigathi Gachagua, Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja among other Kenya Kwanza leaders.
While speaking to the residents of Starehe the deputy President has ones again congratulated the President for the housing project initiative. The DP also took time to fire at the Azimio brigade and assured Kenyans that the gas prices must come down under the Ruto regime.
The Deputy President stated that the Government will make sure, there's competition so that the prices of both milk and gas is brought down. The move has been seen by many Kenyans as a deliberate move to deal with the Kenyatta family and the Odinga Family. In his own words, the DP told the President to even continue working as he deals with the members of opposition. ''I want to tell the President to continue working and build the Houses, as we deal with the demonstrators.'' stated the Deputy President.''
While speaking about the opposition, the DP president elated the crowd when he stated that the President cannot be intimidated by the rallies by Azimio. ''Huyu Raisi ni Chuma ya Zamani, Hamuezi Mwuzia Uoga''. The Deputy President further assured Kenyans that the Government of Kenya Kwanza will not be intimidated but vowed to bring the cost of living down.
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