February 8, 2023

Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi has defended the performance of President William Ruto’s early administration,

Mudavadi claimed that despite the challenging times currently being experienced, particularly due to the inherited enormous public debt, the country’s deteriorating economic situation, and the drought and famine situation in the majority of the country, things will eventually start to improve gradually.

“We are at the nuptial stages, but we will hack it. The good thing is we are all on the same page on what we want to do for Kenyans. The Chinese have a saying that a journey of a thousand miles begins with one step forward,” Mudavadi said.

Mudavadi made a suggestion that the first cabinet meeting of the new administration, which was conducted last week, provided a plan for what should be done going forward and dismissed opponents who assert that the government has failed.

The executive branch of the government, he claimed, had already started building the groundwork for economic recovery, job creation, and food security.

“We have a plan to invest in ventures that will create jobs for these Kenyans. We are setting up structures to boost close to 10m informal sector workers mama mbogas, hawkers, mkokoteni pushers who are often left out in provision of government services to foster and uplift their services,” said Mudavadi.

The Prime Cabinet Secretary gave Kenyans the assurance that a number of austerity measures would be implemented, not to hurt the populace but rather to assist in cleaning up the mess left by the previous administration.

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