President Uhuru Kenyatta has called for concerted efforts to ensure that the Jubilee party delivers its Big Four Plan. While addressing Jubilee MPs at State House during the first Jubilee parliamentary group meeting this year, the President called for a rapid implementation of legislation that will secure the Big Four Plan. Some of the legislation he cited are the Energy Bill, Land Index Bill, Roads Bill, and Cyber Crime Bill. “We need to pass laws that will enable us to achieve the agenda that will transform the lives of Kenyans. There is no time. We have to maximise on the resources at our disposal,” he said.
He said it’s the MPs’ responsibility to ensure the promises made to Kenyans aligned to the party manifesto are delivered. President Kenyatta further said the Jubilee part isn’t on a crossroads with the executive, saying that both the party and the executive were focused on a legislative agenda that will ensure swift execution of the Big Four targets. The Parliamentary Group meeting agreed to work closely to support the Big Four Agenda through legislation and approval of the Budget provisions.
On his part, Deputy President William Ruto saying supporting the plan will secure President Kenyatta’s legacy, adding that Jubilee party was formed as a party that breaks divisiveness, barriers and hatred, and they’ll continue to share the visison that makes Jubilee party an all-inclusive party.