Jubilee launches 2017-22 manifesto having made good on laptops, free maternity

June 26, 2017 10:10 am
In the meantime Presiden Kenyatta and his deputy have been traversing the country dishing out ‘goodies’/PSCU

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Jun 26 – The Jubilee Party is on Monday set to launch its manifesto as President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto seek re-election in the August General Election.

Already pledged is Free Secondary Education starting January 2018 – a pledge the National Super Alliance has also laid claim to.

Their manifesto is also more than likely to be a continuation of their last 2013 election manifesto which included promises of free laptops for all class one pupils in public schools, the construction of stadia, the completion of the Mombasa-Nairobi stretch of the Standard Gauge Railway, free maternity care in all public health facilities, the equipping of counties with the latest in health technology and the ‘last mile’ electricity connectivity project.

Most of which President Kenyatta and Ruto say they’ve made good on in their campaign for another five-year-term.

READ: Industrialisation key for growth as Jubilee set to unveil manifesto


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