Ruto: Jubilee manifesto is slacking because of the BBI process

Dr. William Ruto ,Deputy President Officially opened the Africa Inland Church (A.I.C) Londiani Town Sanctuary and joined worshippers for a church service, Kipkelion East, Kericho County.
Dr. William Ruto ,Deputy President Officially opened the Africa Inland Church (A.I.C) Londiani Town Sanctuary and joined worshippers for a church service, Kipkelion East, Kericho County.

Deputy President William Ruto has said the noticeable slow delivery of the Jubilee party manifesto has been attributed to the Uhuru – Raila handshake deal that made BBI a priority. – By Gerald Gekara.

While addressing concerns raised by the ODM party, concerning the laptops project, Ruto has now urged the opposition to shun criticizing the Jubilee administration since they are the ones who brought in ‘extra priorities’.

“Jubilee government has done more work in Kenya than any other government to rule this country. Don’t lecture us on delivering our Manifesto. Our promises would have come to pass, butr because of the Handshake, you have changed our priorities.”

The Deputy President, who has been against constitutional reforms, blame the opposition of bringing confusion within the government.

“We want you to understand that the Jubilee administration decided on clear priorities, but unfortunately we have occupied with the changing of the constitution for creating positions for the big boys, at the expense of creating jobs for millions of ordinary people. Please have some manners.” DP Ruto added.

Ruto was speaking in Kipkelion, during the opening of the Africa Inland Church (A.I.C) Londiani Town Sanctuary.

The sentiments come at the backdrop of sentiments by Senator James Orengo concerning the state of the public debt.