Kenyans have nothing to celebrate about Jubilee, says Governor Ruto

CCM party leader and Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto addressing a rally at Chebole trading centre in Sotik Sub-county, a venue that president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy snubbed during their recent visit to Bomet county. He critized Jubilee government for skewed development records in the South Rift region as compared to the North.?PHOTO BY GILBERT KIMUTAI/STANDARD

Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto has mounted a campaign to counter the recent visit by President Uhuru Kenyatta and the Jubilee brigade to the county.

The Chama Cha Mashinani party leader, while addressing a rally at Chemaner, said residents have nothing celebrate about the Jubilee leaders tour to the area.

President Kenyatta failed to commission the tarmacking of Chemaner-Tegat-Longisa-Kipreres road as was widely expected.

“It was meant to blind fold locals into believing Jubilee was here with development goodies but it emerged that they were only interested in votes and we are going to say no,” Ruto said and told locals to shun Jubilee.

He also toured areas that were skipped by the President along the Sotik-Bomet highway.

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