November 12th, President Uhuru Kenyatta spoke to Kenyans concerning the milestones that he has made since he took over office.
Uhuru addressed the development that has been made in the transport, education and health sector.
He said that the major objective of the Economic Stimulus Programme was to return the economy to the growth trajectory it was on pre-Corona by increasing demand for local goods and services, cushioning vulnerable Kenyans, securing household food security for the poor, and creating employment.
Nairobi governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has been wagging words against the president Uhuru Kenyatta and the Nairobi Metropolitan Services head General Badi.
Uhuru Kenyatta did not relent in addressing the mess that was in Nairobi before he made a decision to rescue the city through NMS.
“It is, indeed, a shame that, almost sixty years after independence, a majority of our urban dwellers live in a ‘dignity poor’ environment,” President Kenyatta said.
He said that his is intention is to transform urban centers, and the Nairobi Metropolitan Services is a pilot project that has been successful in rolling back the frontiers of this urban indignity.
“In that regard, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development will by 1st December, 2020 issue a new set of building guidelines for school infrastructure,” President Kenyatta asserted.