Jubilee delivering hot air to Kenyans – Mutula Kilonzo Jr
Makueni Senator, Mutula Kilonzo Jr., has faulted the Jubilee administration over what he terms as “promising Kenyans castles in the air when they were campaigning in 2013 and delivering the direct opposite”.
Speaking on the JKLive Show on Citizen TV Wednesday, June 21 night, the Senator accused the President Uhuru Kenyatta-led administration of failing to initiate people-driven policies that could have helped the common mwananchi and instead engaged in projects that do not address the immediate concerns of people including hunger, cost of living and security.
“People on the ground are so much disappointed because Jubilee failed to initiate people-driven policies. For instance, I want to be sincere here, it is good that the SGR is passing through Makueni County, but the poor man or woman who is hungry and does not have water is asking him/herself how the SGR will put food to his table when the cost of living has skyrocketed,” said the Senator.
The Senator, who will be defending his seat on a Wiper Party ticket in the coming polls, expressed confidence that the National Super Alliance (NASA) presidential candidate, Raila Odinga, will emerge victorious in the August 8 polls.
On his part, nominated Member of Parliament, Johnston Sakaja, said that Nairobi Governor, Dr. Evans Kidero, has completely failed to manage the city, exuding confidence that Senator Mike Sonko will trounce him on August 8.
The Jubilee senatorial nominee for the Nairobi seat took time to drum support for Jubilee Party, saying that it has already clinched the Governor’s, Senate and the Women Representative seats to restore the lost glory of Nairobi which Kidero has deprived it from.
“Governor Kidero is not a bad man; he is just unable to run this city. Nairobi people have not enjoyed the true fruits of devolution since 2013. Sonko is the right man to deliver for them and he will win come August,” said Sakaja.
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