- Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi has defended President William Ruto’s endless tours across the country barely a year after being elected
- Mudavadi said the president was on development trips and challenged naysayers to join him instead of complaining
- Ruto is on a five-day tour of the Western region and will be launching projects and interacting with local leaders and residents
Bungoma – Prime Cabinet Secretary Musali Mudavadi has refuted claims that President William Ruto has set the country in a campaign mode.
Musalia opined that people claiming President Ruto set the country in campaign mode are shocked because they thought he would be a careless leader.
According to Lightcast TV, the prime Cabinet secretary urged the leaders to keep up with the speed so they are not left out in the political plan.
“People saying you have placed the country in an election mode are shocked because they thought you would be careless. They are running and can’t believe the pace you have set. It is a different pace, but we must move together,” Mudavadi said.
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He lauded the president for touring different parts of the country to launch different projects and interacting with Kenyans.
“You are our leader. You have toured the region and are continuing to visit others,” he said.
The ANC party leader urged leaders outside the government to bring down their walls and work with the Kenya Kwanza administration.