President Uhuru Kenyatta's legacy and the Big-Four Agenda will be built on, according to Deputy President William Ruto. Ruto told the public at the national celebrations at Wang'uru Stadium in Kirinyaga County that President Uhuru has led the country through remarkable development since taking office. "As your Deputy for the past nine years, I will ensure that your legacy, the Big-Four Agenda, and the Bottom-Up Economic Model, carry the country to new heights," the DP added.
Four years later after the launch of his Big Four Agenda, President Uhuru Kenyatta's Affordable Housing Project has become a reality 2,235 housing units occupied. Principal Secretary for Housing and Urban Development Charles Hinga on Monday said it was a milestone achieved by the government despite many challenges and setbacks.
With the goal of solidifying President Uhuru Kenyatta's Big Four Agenda, the administration has made various modifications to its public communication strategy inside State entities. The Presidential Delivery Unit (PDU) and the Vision 2030 Secretariat will now be in charge of government communication on the Big Four Agenda and Vision 2030 initiatives, according to the new adjustments.
Deputy President William Ruto has continued to maintain his stance against amending the Constitution of Kenya 2010. While addressing spiritual leaders from various churches and mosques from Makueni Count at his Karen residence on Thursday, September 23, 2021, the second in command reiterated that some of the proposals contained in the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) document can be implemented without Constitutional amendments.
In a statement released today, Monday indicate that Kenya Roads Board will disburse Sh55 billion towards maintenance of national road network coverage in the country for the Financial Year 2021-22 adding that the money is set to be distributed to the various road agencies according to the KRB Act No.
Earlier today, while welcoming dozens of leaders who had defected to the ODM party in Chungwa House, former premier Raila Odinga claimed that DP Ruto had curtailed the work of President Uhuru Kenyatta. He added that the Head of State was held hostage by the DP Ruto such he couldn't perform his work well.
As the clock ticks towards the end of his rule, President Kenyatta seems to have a pile of unfinished business from his legacy projects to his successesion, the next 12 months are not just about clearing a second term, but also how he will be remembered. 1.
In my own view,yes.Why? Despite the fall out between the two due to alleged cause being the BBI,William Ruto has been at the forefront campaigning for the "Big Four Agenda". Which includes creation of jobs,health,education and industrialization. And because the president is going to open projects done in line with such four agendas,the deputy president should show solidarity by being present so that he can be a true picture of what he talks.
Some few days ago, the Building Bridges Initiative, BBI bill came to an end. This came in after the ruling by the court of appeal which declared this bill as null and void as well as unconstitutional. The ruling was made by the seven judges of the court of appeal lead by their president hon David Musinga.
When the Jubilee government resumed office for the second term in 2017, President Kenyatta had agendas set aside to perform to Kenyans before his retirement. However, things never worked as expected as there came a handshake between the president and opposition leader Raila Odinga which gave birth to Building Bridges Initiatives and separating President Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto.
After a church service at Mbiriri Full Gospel Churches of Kenya in Kieni, Nyeri County, William Ruto addressed. Deputy President William Ruto has made new accusations, claiming that the Building Bridges Initiative is preventing the Big Four Agenda from being implemented. The Big Four Agenda, which includes food security, affordable housing, manufacturing, and universal health coverage, is President Uhuru Kenyatta's second-term development blueprint.
"Hatujatimiza, " DP Ruto Emotionally Confesses This At St Joseph Catholic Church In Naivasha (Video)
Today, Ruto has spent his day in Naivasha.He attended St Catholic Church at Karagitia in Naivasha.The second in command gave out his speech with a low and emotional tone. Ruto appreciated the government for development of some selected roads within Naivasha region.However, he said that more developments are needed in the region to enable the common citizen to live a better life.
Deputy President William Ruto has today told off critics of his bottom-up approach economic model and instead urged them to come up with their own plan ahead of the 2022 General Election. Addressing small-scale traders during an empowerment programme at Rurii shopping centre in Nyandarua County, Ruto told the NASA leaders to put their house in order and stop making him their campaign agenda.
The next phase of Vision 2030 will be implemented through the Third Medium Plan and is set to be launched in the coming weeks. When H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta conceptualized the Big Four; food security, affordable housing, manufacturing and affordable healthcare for all, he did so in appreciation of the fact that for us to accelerate the achievement of our Vision 2030 aspiration, we would need to take a new approach to our medium-term planning, and focus to those issues that would have the greatest impact on the well-being of our people.
Courtesy | Photo The president and his Deputy showed a lovely combination when they started the journey to inherit Statehouse from President Kibaki. In them, we saw a wedding that would last forever. The love, happiness and respect they treated each other with trully depicted their Party, Jubilee.
Kenyans have flocked the official State House page to praise the head of state president Uhuru Kenyatta after he commissioned the ground breaking ceremony for the construction of the Kenya National Referral and Research Hospital (KNRRH) at the Kabete Army Barracks in Nairobi. The hospital will be a level six one with a capacity of 700 beds.
Deputy president on Sunday,July 4th had no chills for opposition chief Raila Odinga after he indirectly accused him of ruining the jubilee administration since the march 2018 handshake. The deputy president lashed at ODM leader saying that he should apologize to Kenyans for disrupting the Big Four Agenda after President Uhuru Kenyatta invited him into the government.
Kenya is developing as the favored business hub, not only for oil and gas exploration in the sub region but also for industrial production and transport. For this reason, President Uhuru Kenyatta has invested UK investors to take advantage and invest. President Uhuru Kenyatta scored big wins on day one of his visit to the United Kingdom (UK) as Nairobi seeks to deepen bilateral ties with London.
President Uhuru Kenyatta's Big Four Agenda in trouble after new details emerges. President Uhuru Kenyatta's Big Four Agenda are President Uhuru Kenyatta's legacy projects that he has committed to execute by the time he exits office in 2022 which include food security, affordable housing, universal health care, Manufacturing and Job creation.
Speaking at KTN News the deputy president William Ruto has affirmed that he would have done better on the big four agenda than what has happened to date. Supporting DP Ruto has affirmed that he cannot perform poorly like has has happened today. The deputy president William Ruto has affirmed that those assigned responsibility by Uhuru Kenyatta have sailed him especially on the big four agenda.