After having delivered a basket of promises for their second term while taking the oath of office, President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy president were now seeking to implement some of these pledges. The deputy president was speaking at the sidelines of the Masai Mara university graduation earlier today.
The second term of the Uhuruto coalition seemed to have kicked off with high momentum with Deputy President William Ruto giving a sneak preview of what to expect in their new reign.
Education had been key on the agenda especially coming as a precursor to the release of the KCPE 2017 results.
This being reiterated by Ruto while giving his speech during the 5th graduation of Masai Mara University.
The Deputy President further asked for better mechanisms to be put in place by the University Funding Board to advance learning institutions.
On matters development, Ruto encouraged local players to invest in the field of agro processing, as well as value addition and manufacturing.
The deputy president particularly steered off politics on this day and choosing to stick to matters at hand.