Kenya Kwanza continued selling its policies to Mount Kenya, promising a better life for all Kenyans.
Deputy President William Ruto, ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi and his Ford Kenya counterpart Moses Wetangula said their government will invest more in farming, trade, health, education, security and sports.
This will ensure Kenyans access good life.
“From Ndie to Gichugu, the people of Kirinyaga have accepted our journey of climbing the mountain together and building a robust economy,” Musalia said.
“Our coffee sector needs to fetch good returns for the farmers. Same with the tea industry, and the agriculture sector in general. To do this, the farm inputs like fertilizer and seeds must be affordable. We shall heavily invest in our farmers across the country as a way of making the agriculture sector profitable and attractive to the youth.”
The DP promised Kenya Kwanza will bring down the costs of living, and doing business in the country to create more opportunities for locals.
“The will of the people shall prevail when they vote in the August General Election. We are confident and there is no doubt our economic plan will give us victory. Uchumi Kwanza,” The leaders called on Kenyans to turn up in large numbers to vote during the August 9 polls.
As I urge Kenyans to turn up in numbers in this year’s election and vote Kenya Kwanza, I want to assure you, that we are determined to change the destiny of our country; empower the small and medium enterprises by making interest-free loans available and accessible,” Wetangula said.
“It is the small businesses that sustain the livelihood of the majority of Kenyans and build the economy. It is our responsibility to grow them.”
The team, which traversed Eastern and central counties, was accompanied by Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru, MPs Rigathi Gachagua (Mathira), Cleophas Malala (Kakamega), Kindiki Kithure (Tharaka-Nithi), Gichimu Githinji (Gichugu), George Kariuki (Ndia), Patrick Munene (Chuka) and a host of both MCAs and aspirants.