- Omollo said Kenyans will have time to evaluate leaders based on their performance once another electioneering period comes forth.
- He spoke in Kisumu East constituency during the burial of Mama Filgona Ayugi over the weekend,
Interior and National Administration Principal Secretary Raymond Omollo has asked Kenyans to give leaders time to deliver on their pledges.
Omollo said Kenyans will have time to evaluate leaders based on their performance once another electioneering period comes forth.
"We have elected leaders who will serve until 2027, in various capacities. Let's all give them time to work and deliver so that when the next elections come, we will have opportunities to question them on their promises," he said.
He spoke in Kisumu East constituency during the burial of Mama Filgona Ayugi over the weekend,
He assured Kenyans that President William Ruto would deliver all his election pledges.
The PS said the government is focused on five key pillars including addressing youth unemployment, farming, and affordable housing among others.
Omollo added that the government was working closely with the county governments to ensure health care services are availed to the citizens.
"As we go about our business, let's focus on the things that will transform our lives as a country and community at the same time," the PS said.
He also appealed to the people to take advantage of the ongoing rains to grow various crops to boost their income, and food security and to send away poverty of hunger within homes.
On school holidays, Omollo asked parents to keenly monitor their children so that they do not engage in criminal activity.
"We know by January students who are done with their exams will be going back to school. Let's take care of them in ways to ensure that come that time, some will not join schools due to pregnancies or even lack of fees."