Kenyatta wraps up  Makueni county campigns ,Says  Jubilee is the clear  path to prosperity

Kenyatta wraps up Makueni county campigns ,Says Jubilee is the clear path to prosperity

BY PSCU/JOHN WERU,1ST JULY 2017-President Uhuru Kenyatta  has completed his campaign tour of makueni county  saying the August 8 election is about a Jubilee team offering jobs and a clear path to prosperity against an opposition that is based on tribalism and selfish interests.
The President called on all Kenyans to choose the path already paved by Jubilee for the welfare of every Kenyan.
He said the opposition has failed to present an alternative worth consideration and had delivered an agenda rich in pursuit of power for personal gain.
“There are two roads. There is the road which we have already paved with progress where there is free maternal health care, free examinations, increased connections to electricity, the Standard Gauge Railway, better health care and more,” said the President at Kambu, Makueni County.
President Kenyatta and DP Ruto address a rally in Makueni-PSCU
 He said the Jubilee Administration was offering a clear path to jobs  including 100, 000 paid internships – while the opposition team’s first priority is to spend Ksh 20 billion to create jobs for three men.
“The opposition team is obsessed with power for themselves. These men want to create three positions of power for themselves rather than create jobs for the millions of Kenyans who actually need them. They want to spend Ksh 20 billion or more to create those three jobs.”
“For us in Jubilee, we are working to deliver prosperity for all Kenyans. We want to spend the same Ksh 20 billion to provide Internships to 100, 000 graduates from Universities and technical institutes – effectively starting them up the job market,” he said in a pointed message to Kenya’s youth.
The President also compared the change-the-constitution cost with the Ksh 1.4 billion he was deploying to a water project to serve 125,000 people in neighbouring Kitui County.
The President said the leading opposition figures have no agenda for Kenya and were only banking their bid on ethnic bases.
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