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Ruto: Vote for Jubilee

28 February 2013, 14:06 Steve Wambugu

Uhuru Kenyatta's running Wiliam Ruto has called on Nakuru residents to turn up in huge numbers on Monday the 4th for the general elections.

Ruto said the Jubilee Alliance was going to win the coming general elections in the first round since they have the needed numbers in each county.

“We have the numbers and we are going to win these elections in the first round,” he said.

Change within 100 days

While addressing the residents of Kapkures on Wednesday afternoon, Ruto maintained that the Jubilee alliance was well aware of the challenges that Kenyans are facing and promised to bring change.

“We know the problems that you are facing and that’s why we are going to bring change within the first 100 days in office because we are capable of doing that,” noted the politician.

Improve welfare of youth

He pointed out that the Jubilee government will strive to improve the welfare of the youths by giving them loans to set up their own businesses.

Ruto was also quick to note that all the owners of the lands in the Rift Valley will be issued with title deeds as one way of alleviating the land squabble that has been deviling the country.

“We will ensure all the land owners in Rift Valley and Nakuru County get land title deeds to bring to an end the land dispute that has been there,” he said.

Increase police salaries, patrol cars

Ruto observed that the Jubilee government will increase police salary saying the security personnel deserve better pay.

He added that police in the country will also be provided with enough patrol cars to improve the level of security surveillance.

“Police normally do a lot of work and that’s why we intend to increase their salary because they normally do a lot of work,” noted Ruto.

While reacting to the claims that Jubilee was a tribal outfit, Ruto rubbished the claims saying those were unfounded claims by their opponents.  

 
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