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DP William Ruto calls for Unity with NASA

Deputy President William Ruto with Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka and Governor Jackson Mandago during an interdenominational service in Turbo, Uasin Gishu County

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By MK Evan
Deputy President William Ruto on Sunday reached out to the Opposition Nasa, asking the coalition to stop their criticism and unite with the Jubilee administration in building Kenya. He said he is focused on the 2022 presidential race and his opponents should stop using lies and propaganda to taint Jubilee and the government.
The DP defended the Jubilee administration against accusations that most of the top jobs, including Cabinet positions, were held by members of two ethnic communities. He said that the Jubilee Party had elected leaders in 41 out of the 47 counties, saying that was a clear indication that it has the face of Kenya.
According to Mr. Ruto, Jubilee administration had done a lot in the last five years, citing the enrolment of 6.8 million people under the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) with the figure expected to reach 13 million in the next five years.
The deputy president also asked all leaders whether in opposition or Jubilee to respect the rule of law.
Ruto spoke on Sunday during an interdenominational service in Turbo, Uasin Gishu County.

Monday, February 19, 2018

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