The president William Ruto today led the United Democratic Alliance party meeting at Bomas of Kenya where several leaders attended. The president William Ruto revealed that his government will be investing alot in the ICT sector so that youths can get job opportunities.
“We have laid a firm foundation for a democratic political party with a national face that will unite Kenyans and rid our country of the sticky problem of ethnicity. Guided by our Bottom-Up Economic Transformation Agenda and informed by our Manifesto, we are deliberately investing in ICT, value addition, affordable housing, among other productive sectors of the economy, to broaden opportunities and create more income for millions of ordinary people struggling to earn a decent living.
At the Bomas of Kenya, Nairobi County, for the inaugural United Democratic Alliance (UDA) National Governing Council; recognised the party and our other partners for their support that drove the Kenya Kwanza Coalition to victory in the 2022 General Election.
Deputy Party Leader Rigathi Gachagua, Chairperson Cecily Mbarire, Secretary General Cleophas Malala, National Treasurer Japheth Nyakundi, Majority Leaders Kimani Ichungw’ah (National) and Aaron Cheruiyot (Senate), Governors, Deputy Governors, MPs, MCAs, among other leaders, were present,” president William Ruto said.