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Mudavadi calls for patience as he reassures Kenyans of economic turnaround

Mudavadi calls for patience as he reassures Kenyans of economic turnaround amid the high cost of living.

Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi has reassured that the Kenya Kwanza administration will revive Kenya’s economy in due course.

The economic turnaround, according to Mudavadi, will be accomplished by Kenya working in tandem with like-minded people, businesses, and investors from both domestic and international sources to ensure that the proper course is taken to promote the economy’s return to positive growth.

“There are challenges we are facing and the President has said we are not sitting pretty at this point and time and it will therefore call for our efforts to pull together so that we can start moving forward more aggressively,” the ANC Party Leader said.

Mudavadi made the remarks on Friday 30 during the Hindu Brahmotsava Mahotsavam Celebrations at the Sri Kalyana Venkatesewa Temple in Spring Valley, Lower Kabete in Nairobi.

He urged the Indian government and the Asian community to work together to make the same a reality.

Mudavadi also used the event to appeal to well-wishers and the world community to help the government combat the impacts of the severe drought that has afflicted 23 counties across the country.

“People are facing very severe hardships, lack of water and food, lack of animal feed and by extension the consequence of illness that follows and there is also lack of medicine. So, the effort that we are witnessing today whereby you are stepping forward to feed and support very many needy Kenyans is most welcome,” he said. 

The Celebrations were used by the temple devotees to donate foodstuff, medicine, and other essential needs to the needy from various Children’s Homes and also raise funds to support needy school-going children through payment of school fees and supporting school feeding programs in a number of schools across the country.

“To celebrate the 20 years of the existence of this temple, the devotees have donated funds that will go to support service to the community, and every year apart from the spiritual activities we participate in working tirelessly to support education and other charity work. We partner with great people who do great things for this country to support the needy communities.” Chairman of The Temple Sambasiva Rao said.

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