Kalonzo lists Priority Projects for Makueni if he is elected in August

Kalonzo addressing a rally in Wote, Makueni. (Photo-courtesy)

Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka continued with his Ukambani tour for the second day where he toured Makueni county after Kitui. On his tour in Makueni, he pointed out priority projects that he would like to do if he is elected the 5th president of Kenya.

Kalonzo pointed out that Wote town has a huge potential and with the completion of the Thwake dam one of his priorities will be getting the town a reliable water supply.

“When Thwake dam gets completed, I will make sure that the water is clean since it is polluted from Athi River and I won’t allow my people to drink and use harmful water, we will put water pipes to pump water to Wote town for our people to use,” Kalonzo said.

Kalonzo stated that the water will be piped to Konza Techno City noting the project was started by former President Mwai Kibaki and himself and it will be the best example of a 24-hour economy.

The Wiper party leader also mentioned that he will ensure that over 100,000 people are employed at the Konza Techno City within 5 years working three shifts per day since there are many jobless people in the country. He added that there will be a Korean University in Konza City.

“Covid and corruption of wheelbarrow have destroyed the economy of Kenya which has made Kenyans be so dependent on handouts due to poverty, we want to restore the dignity of every Kenyan where you’ll get your own money,” he added.

“I want to tell leaders who always use me to get seats that it is their task to push for a university here because me I’m just a party leader, not elected by anyone.” He challenged local Makueni leaders.

“Priority of OKA government is to ensure that Machakos- Mombasa road is made a dual carriage because a lot of our people have perished in that road because it has been a death trap,” he added.

Kalonzo also hit out at Wetangula and Mudavadi for leaving OKA saying, “The sole responsibility of I as the fifth president of Kenya will be giving job opportunities to the youth and that’s why I tell you don’t despair because my two brothers Wetangula and Musalia left OKA and I want to tell you that I was ready to take Musalia as my deputy and we had agreed with others. I don’t know what he will get where he went and I was ready to support him after my 5 years.”

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  1. We are so thankful as kamba community for our leaders standing firm this time round,we are together til the end.

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