Deputy President William Ruto addressing Kwale resident on Saturday in his 2022 campaigns.

Deputy President William Ruto addressing Kwale resident on Saturday in his 2022 campaigns.
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BY DPPS,KWALE,5TH FEB,2022-Deputy President William Ruto asked the coast residents to reject state project leaders as he continued to criticize President Uhuru Kenyatta’s choice in the August 9 election.

The DP said Kenyans will not elect state projects but leaders with a track record of performance.

Speaking on Saturday in Kwale where he launched several county and national government projects alongside Governor Salim Mvurya, the DP said citizens have become wise enough not to fall prey to deceitful leaders who can’t be accounted for.

Ruto said the agenda of the dishonest leaders is to lie to Kenyans and add pain to the overburdened ordinary people.

The DP said locals won’t give in to the deep state plan and will elect leaders of their own choice, not the proposed one.

“The citizens will not agree to be anyone’s puppet and will choose leaders who have good development agendas and selfless individuals whose interest is to benefit all,” Ruto said.

Ruto has also promised more development projects in the Coastal region once he becomes the president.

The DP said he will help transform the coast to be an industrial city to provide employment opportunities and improve livelihood through the Dongo Kundu project.

He said he will bring sanity to the SGR project and use it as a symbol of unity not division.

“SGR will not be the instrument that will destroy the Coast province, in fact, it should be the instrument to grow the economy of this region.

He said through the Kenya Kwanza alliance they will ensure many young people are empowered and have access to job opportunities.

Deputy President William Ruto, ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula welcomed Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya to the Kenya Kwanza Alliance team.

Deputy President William Ruto, ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula welcomed Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya to the Kenya Kwanza Alliance team.
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Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula said Ruto’s government will bring down the cost of living and improve standards of living.

He told Kwale residents to elect Ruto adding that he will ensure they fully benefit from the blue economy and mining activities.

Wetangula promised to have the competency-based curriculum scrapped, terming it expensive and complicated.

The Ford Kenya leader also told president Uhuru Kenyatta to stop interfering with the people’s decision.

“This misadventure of wanting to determine who becomes the next president as an outgoing president is dangerous for the country and to you,” he said.

ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi said they will defeat the state project leaders in the first round of the election.

He also advised their rivals to concede defeat when defeated because Kenya has no money for repeated elections.