Jubilee gave Kenyans empty promises, Says Mudavadi

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Kilifi, KENYA: Amani National Congress (ANC) party Leader Musalia Mudavadi has accused Jubilee government for giving Kenyans empty promises that have not been fulfilled.

According to Mudavadi, the Jubilee government has accomplished less projects than what they had pledged to fulfill and therefore they have no reason to lure Kenyans into voting them back in the next government.

Mudavadi who was speaking at Dabaso Polytechnic in Kilifi North Constituency over the weekend, said the Jubilee government which has always identified itself as a digital government has proved not to address issues of Education, poverty, food shortage, security, health and the economy.

“This UhuruRuto digital government is a don’t care government and has proved itself not fit for Kenyans,” said Mudavadi.

He also blamed Uhuru’s government for fighting Devolution by competing with County governments.

“We wanted devolution but what we see is competition from the administration. In many cases you will find the County Commissioners fighting with governors. It has become a tag of war,” he added.

He said NASA is working around the clock to ensure they come up with a suitable flag bearer.

“It does not matter whatever temperatures will be in that house of NASA but what matters is that we will agree and come up with a favorable leader who will solve vital problems of Kenya, such as land,” said Mudavadi.

Mudavadi condemned the killings in Baringo and asked the government to provide security for all Kenyans during this election time, adding that IEBC must conduct a free and fair elections.

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“We want to be left to conduct our elections in a peaceful way and no one should be threatened or killed because of politics,” he said.

On the other hand, Nambale MP John Sakwa said Jubilee government is full of selfishness and asked the four principals to agree on the best candidate who will unite the people.

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