The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Kenneth Takes His Eagle Campaigns to Meru

The eagle alliance duo of Peter Kenneth and his running mate Ronnie Osumba took their campaigns to meru county. The campaign went through chogoria, nkubu, makutano, kianjai, meru town, and Maua, lari and mutuati areas.

Kenneth continued to spread his policies of better health care by building a referral hospital in each county, building of dams, infrastructure improvement by ensuring that each county gets a new road every year.

Improving the agricultural sector to ensure food security in the country, which translates to a strong work force. On security, ensuring that there is adequate security for all Kenyans wherever they may be and this would be done by ensuring the security forces starting with the police are given better facilities, pay and housing.

On the education sector he said he would ensure there is a national polytechnic in every county to absorb the bulk of youth that don't make it to university. Kenneth said he would ensure these policies are implemented fully by improving the tourism, agricultural and manufacturing sector.

Kenneth said that this time round Kenyans should ensure they vote wisely rather than emotionally. Kenneth warned Kenyans against being carried away by the euphoric wave, as this would only leave the Kenyans in the same state they are in without improvements. Kenneth said that electing the same old clique was going to be retrogressive to the country and it's economy.

Kenneth said that Kenyans should not be lied to that there would be job creation, yet the economy was suffering. "There can be no jobs if the economy is not improved".said Kenneth.

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