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Ruto orders Cabinet Secretaries to submit deadlines for major projects

Ruto orders Cabinet Secretaries to submit deadlines for major projects in order to implement his campaign pledges within the set timeline.

President William Ruto during his cabinet retreat directed CSs to provide specific timelines under which his campaign pledges will be met.

Speaking on Friday, January 6, at the Cabinet retreat in Laikipia county, the head of state said that he wanted his manifesto implemented, hence a plan with deadlines was required.

The head of state mandated that the projects have three-, six-, and one-year timelines.

“We expect timelines on our manifesto. When are you going to finish these programmes and actualize these commitments?

“Be it in three months, six months, and one year, we should have a picture of how things look,” he directed.

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President Ruto clarified that the directives were intended to help his government achieve the goals it had established for itself, but he also said that he had a commitment with Kenyans.

Additionally, he instructed his CSs to evaluate government initiatives started by the prior administration, noting that they needed to be in line with their strategy.

“You have been taken through the programme of budgeting. The next budget must reflect the priorities that we have and carry the completion of all the other programmes that are in the best interest of the people of Kenya,” he stated.

The President also urged his Cabinet to serve all Kenyans diligently irrespective of how they voted in the 2022 General Election.

“I expect to see Cabinet Secretaries work beyond the villages. I expect to see the CSs in Turkana and other places. We must appreciate Kenya and what it looks like,” he stated.

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