Gatundu South Member of Parliament has expressed interest in deputizing the deputy president William Ruto in 2022 polls.
Speaking to residents of Mutunguru village in Gatundu South constituency after launching establishment of a new Kenya Medical Training College, Kuria stated that the deputy president’s post required a vibrant, visionary Kenyan who could deal with opposition trickeries.
Kuria stated that he would eye for the higher post after ensuring his sub county was fully developed thereby wooing locals to re-elect him come 8th August 2017.
The MP said that registration of voters in his jurisdiction was never again a request warning that locals who objected the exercise were making Uhuru’s re-election a nightmare.
He acclaimed Jubilee government for devolving developments citing that Gatundu South had become a near city.
‘The government has now facilitated establishment of two KMTC colleges in our constituency including the one we are launching today. We have electricity in every homestead, our roads are accessible, we have renovated old schools and built over 30 new boarding school all courtesy to Jubilee leadership,’ said the MP.
Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) professor Kaloki who joined the MP during the launch said that establishment of a new college in the area would modernize the locality increasing locals income. He challenged locals to build up hostels for students and erect businesses that would serve the college thereby creating employment.
The professor thanked Jubilee administration for funding KMTC noting that 37 new college branches had been established countrywide since Jubilee administration assumed leadership.
‘Jubilee has really supported KMTC both with funding and ideas. We have come a long way from 28 KMTC colleges to 65 since Jubilee came to power. We hope that you’ve registered as voters to re-elect our visionary leaders so that more of this developments can continue,’ stated Kaloki.