President Kenyatta and Senator Sonko address supporters in Donholm-UPESINEWS
BY JOHN WERU,NAIROBI,29TH MAY 2017-President Uhuru Kenyatta has assured the country that secondary school education fee will be waived as from next year.Adressing Jubilee supporters at Bahati estate in Nairobi Monday afternoon,president Kenyatta who was accompanied by his deputy William Ruto, Nairobi senator Mike Sonko and Nairobi senator aspirant Johnstone Sakaja has asked his supporters to vote for the Jubilee administration once more so as to complete some of the projects that were started in the last four years.
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Kenyatta also touched on some of the gains that the country has seen under jubilee leadership among them free maternity services adding that if elected come 8th of August they will do even more.The head of state at the same time asking for votes on behalf of other candidates who are vying for other seats under the Jubilee party in Nairobi county.
A part from Bahati,the Jubilee team also toured Mutidwa,Wakulima market,Donholm ,Muthurwa and on the Jogoo road where the president acknowledged greetings from the Jubilee supporters across the City before heading back to the City center.
The president was on Monday expected to submit his nomination papers to the Independent Electoral and boundaries Commission IEBC at the KICC shortly after 2:15 PM.