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Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua says Kenyans are suffering, it is time to work

By HARRIET MUGO

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua says Kenyans are suffering over economic hardship as he urged all elected to get down to work.

Speaking at Uhuru Gardens in Nairobi during the Mashujaa Day celebrations, Gachagua said there is no more time to waste since Kenyans are suffering badly.

“I also wish to congratulate all the elected leaders in the just concluded elections and remind them that it is time to deliver, We cannot afford to waste a single minute. We know Kenyans are suffering. No more talk. It is work. Tuchape Kazi sawa sawa,” the DP said. 

“Irrespective of our political differences, it is time to work and deliver. We are all Kenyans. This is our nation, we are rising together.”

The second-in-command further assured his boss President William Ruto of his support in realising Kenya Kwanza’s plan of making Kenya a great nation where “everyone matters, and every hustle matters.”

“I want to assure you of my support as your deputy, round the clock in delivering to the people of the Republic of Kenya,” he said. 

The Mashujaa day fete is the first National celebration that President Ruto and DP Gachagua are officiating since taking oath of office on September 13. 

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