I ask you to prioritise them- President Ruto to MPs on passing of new legislations to facilitate implementation of his manifesto.
The head of state has asked the legislators, to consider the policies that are yet to arrive at the National Assembly for discussions.
He stated,”We have a raft of legislations that we need to pass to enable us to implement some of the pledges we made during the campaign.”
“They will be coming to the house very soon and I ask you to prioritise them,” he added.
During the campaigns, the head of state, president William Ruto commissioned his manifesto which he named The plan.
Among the goodies in the manifesto was, agriculture and food security, where he stated an investment of at least Sh250 billion in five years starting from the year 2023.
He also stated that he will increase food production by transforming two million poor farmers from food deficit to surplus producers in the country.
Additionally, For Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise, he said the government will provide Sh50 billion to MSMEs , easily accessible, to credit and provide one street trading premise for every 50 urban residents.
The head of stated also pledged to improve infrastructure by completion of all roads under construction including the construction of a 700km road along the Isiolo-Kula, Mawe-Modogashe-Samatar-Wajir-Kutulo-Elwak-Ramu corridor.
For technology, Kenya Kwanza promised to build a 100,000-kilometer fibre optic connectivity network, and roll out fibre to counties, villages, schools, and over 24,000 businesses and homes.
Further,up 250,000 affordable houses yearly, through a public-private partnership, increase the number of mortgages to one million and provide a settlement fund to acquire land and resettle up to one million homeless families.
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