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The Jubilee Alliance today launched its harmonized manifesto at an occasion at the Moi International Sports Center, Kasarani. The alliance, whose main leaders are Uhuru Kenyatta of TNA (Jubilee presidential candidate), William Ruto of URP (Jubilee running mate), Charity Ngilu (NARC), and Najib Balala (RC), has the following in its manifesto as the coalition's agenda for Kenya under Jubilee's leadership:
 

  • Put food and clean water on every Kenyan table
  • Ensure that every child in Kenya gets quality education
  • Create wealth
  • Ensure that every Kenyan gets quality and affordable healthcare
  • Empower Kenyan women to take their rightful place in developing this country
  • Keep Kenya safe and secure both internally and externally
  • Develop a cogent foreign relations and trade policy for Kenya


Here is the Harmonized Jubilee Coalition Manifesto:

 

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martin general

it is the high rate of ignorance that has brought this country to a state of almost total hopelessness... n this jubilee manifesto is the source of hope and motivation to kenyans far beyond the limits of status-quo..

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irene

HEE MUNGU TUSAINDIE: OHH GOD HELP US...LET US ALL LOVE EACH OTHER AND VOTE WISELY AND SHUN LEADERS WHO ARE THERE TO REVENGE.

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Lulei

Kudos Jubilee! It is the hope of many Kenyans that this country can provide the basics of life being a country of peace for the rest of Africa since independence. This being a jubilee year, a jubilee government has given us a hope in its manifesto and given their track records in performance we can trust them, it is my conviction that this coalition of young men and women, devoid of old generational stigma, can propel this country to greater hights.

Tribe and age aside, let us judge their leadrship abilities and give credit where it is due. Activists are always good at their job and are best put in the opposition in order to provide checks, otherwise societal stratification of people by their jobs will loose baalance. Let us think peace and vote in unity for a beter Kenya.

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Mwangi

Good

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Indangasi

This time round we simply want a government that involves everyone. At statehouse there should be Kalenjins, Kikuyus, Luhya, Luos, Kambas, Boranas, Samburus, and the rest of the other tribes in Kenya. Unlike today where you find just people of one ethnic community at state house. With a president who can promise and deliver not one who will change and short change even his own deputy.

Can the Jubilee Coalition hold after the election or will we change quickly and have a different running mate after winning? I am told that rumors are doing the round that the real running mate in Jubilee after elections will be Martha Karua, Kiraitu Murungi or Mary Wambui, is this true? Will this not be a betrayal to Ruto? Oooh Poor Ruto.

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Nicholas Nganga

I had seen the same in the vision 2030, but what is important is is it going to be implemented or is it juust mare word. Kenyan's are waiting to see.

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