Deputy President William Ruto has said no propaganda is going to stop him from spreading the jubilee agenda across the country.
Ruto who was speaking at Naikarra Boarding Primary School in Narok West insisted that his cross-country tour was aimed at ensuring the Jubilee government fulfills its promises to the citizens.
“Our agenda of uniting and delivering development is unstoppable. I hear some people talking here and there but nothing will stop us from doing what is right,” he said.
He went ahead to add that the jubilee government will defend its track record against anyone with ill intention towards it.
“As top Jubilee leadership we are firm, decided and resolved in ensuring that our flagship projects such as the Standard Gauge Railway, roads, health services, water and education through the Big Four agenda remain uninterrupted,” he insisted.
The deputy president had come under criticism from some of the politicians concerning his trips to different counties. The politicians who labelled his trips as “kutangatanga” were however brushed off by the Deputy President who in turn said it is only Kenyans who have the right to judge him.