Statehouse Spokesman Manoah Esipisu has rubbished claims spread by politicians from the region that the Jubilee government is not inclusive. Speaking when he visited St. Bakhitas Ebusiratsi Secondary School in Emuhaya Sub County, Vihiga County in the company of Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Education Belio Kipsang, he said senior politicians from Western region have been running around telling residents that the Luhya community has been left out of the government.
He said that is a fabricated narrative that shouldn’t be listened to adding that there are Luhya people in big positions in the Jubilee administration.
The statehouse spokesman said the Jubilee government is more inclusive terming the allegations misleading. “The Principal Secretary, State Department of Special Programmes Josephta Mukobe, and many other people with big positions come from this region, I don’t understand why some people find it hard to realize this,” he said.
He said the President’s office aim is to ensure projects and programmes initiated by the Jubilee Government are implemented to benefit all Kenyans across the Country.
Esipisu noted the importance of those projects saying now Kenyans enjoy improved road infrastructure, electricity, good health services and clean water.
“The government is now reaching out to all Kenyans. We are not going to seat in our offices in Nairobi and allow Kenyans to look for us, we must come out and reach them,” he said.
Esipisu called on Western residents to be realistic and look at the projects initiated by the Jubilee Government asking them to vote for President Uhuru Kenyatta.
“For the gubernatorial seat and other seats vote in whoever you want but for the Presidency vote for President Uhuru Kenyatta,” Esipisu said. He said the President in his first term in office has performed extremely well calling for his reelection.