In what is seeming everyday like a battle to block Deputy President William Ruto in vying for the presidential elections in 2022. Kieleweke MPs , Kanini Kega and Sabina Chege have declared that Uhuru’s legacy is tight and his projects can be seen.
The leaders who had accompanied the Transport CS James Macharia during a routine inspection of the ongoing Keno- Sagana-Marua dual carriage in Murang’a. That is set to transform the region into a more vibrant agricultural and commercial hub than it is.
The leaders declared that they have decided to hit the road and educate/show Kenyans on what projects the president has performed and the once that are complete.
For instance they noted that the jubilee government has been tarmacking more than 1000 km of road every year something that had not been achieved by all the other 3 administration combined.
The country also has a total over 50 airports and airstrips a stride that has been achieved during the jubilee government.
Some of the projects that the jubilee government has undertake were initiated immediately after they took office and some are not yet through. Although the Kieleweke group would want to have Kenyans believe that this projects were initiated after the 2017 general elections, that was marred by unruly protests from the opposition.
The Kieleweke group emerged to counter attack the TangaTanga faction which was against the handshake between the president Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga.
Just to mention a few of the projects that the jubilee government has been able to undertake, this projects include the following;
The Lamu port which is 310 Billion project which was started by the president and completed during his term in office making him the only president in history to achieve such a project.
The ongoing construction of the over 60 Billion JKIA- Westlands expressway which is a dual carriage toll road that is expected to reduce traffic jams in Nairobi and save the country billions of shillings which are lost due to traffic jams.
The project is part of Nairobi bus rapid transit project, that involves a series of project investments in an aim to improve Nairobi standards and reduce perennial traffic jams in the city.
Thwake dam in Makueni county which is expected to supply water to the residents of lower eastern counties, who have been experiencing huge water shortages. The dam is being constructed at a cost of over 42 billion Kenyan shillings.
The outer ring road that connected Thika superhighway and Mombasa road and also reduced traffic jams. It also opened up the east lands region to increased development in terms of the Kariobangi light industries and many more.
This are some of the projects,just to mention a few, that the jubilee government has undertaken in their 10-year term which is coming to an end on August 2022.
Whether the jubilee government performed better or worse in the first and second terms is a questions for Kenyans to ask and decide for themselves. Because each faction of political leaders either aligned to the president( kieleweke) or the deputy president (tangatanga) will say their own version of things and facts. It is up to Kenyans to decide and maintain peace and unite as go in to an election year.