NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 7 – Deputy President-elect William Ruto has reassured that the incoming Jubilee government will serve all Kenyans without discrimination.
Ruto said that under the Jubilee government all Kenyans will be treated equally, noting that no Kenyan will be discriminated on the basis of tribe, religion, colour, or political affiliation.
Addressing faithful at the Purpose Centre, Nairobi, where he attended Sunday mass, Ruto promised that the Government would uplift the lives of all Kenyans and asked for the support of all in fulfilling pledges made during campaigns.
Ruto who was accompanied by his wife Rachel asked Kenyans for prayers, saying the country had travelled a long road, but there was still a long way to go to realising some of the goals.
“We ask Christians to pray for us so that we can deliver on every promise we made to the people of Kenya. We understand too well that without God, nothing can be done,” said Ruto.
He emphasised on the need for Kenyans to maintain peace and work together in building the nation, saying that challenges facing the country can be solved through unity and teamwork.
Noting that unemployment was a challenge to the new government, the Deputy President-elect reassured that the Jubilee coalition’s promises of creating jobs and improvement of people’s welfare would benefit all regardless of tribe, religion or race.
He said that the government will expand the economy to create more employment opportunities for the youth so as to attain a prosperous country.