We know Kenyans are suffering, it’s time to work.
We know Kenyans are suffering, expressed the deputy president, Rigathi Gachagua while making his address at Mashujaa day, Uhuru gardens.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has stated that it’s high time leaders put their political differences aside and work towards making Kenyans better.
DP Gachagua said,”I wish to congratulate all the elected leaders in the just concluded elections and remind them that it is time to deliver. We cannot afford to waste a single minute.”
“Irrespective of our political differences, it is time to work and deliver. We are all Kenyans. This is our Nation, we are rising together. We know Kenyans are suffering. No more talk. It is work. Tuchape Kazi sawasawa,” he added.
Hon. Gachagua also stated that he is committed to working at his capacity, to fuel Kenya forward.
He said,” I want to assure you of my commitment as the deputy, round the clock to assist you in delivering to the people of Kenya.”
He further called on cohesion and contribution towards the country Kenya.
DP Rigathi said,”The challenges that we face as a nation ranging from social, to economic and political belong to all of us. I call upon all Kenyans to each make a contribution everyday, in a simple or small way, it matters; as they say in Kiswahili, “Umoja Ni Nguvu”! That is the Philosophy of HARAMBEE!”
Sharing the same sentiments was His excellency president William Ruto who urged elected leaders to work for the country.
He said,”Those who have been elected must shape this country into a safe and secure future.”
While making his address, the president also expressed his gratitude to Kenyans who believed in him, and voted for Kenya kwanza.
President Ruto said,”I thank God for making the child of a simple Kenyan to be the president of the Republic of Kenya. I thank millions of Kenyans who woke up early of 9th August to vote for me and many other elected leaders.”