CS Musalia Mudavadi assures the diaspora community that the Kenya Kwanza administration will be ready to engage in better investment

Prime Cabinet Secretary (CS) Musalia Mudavadi has assured the diaspora community that the Kenya Kwanza administration will be ready to engage with them to make Kenya a better place for investment to boost a bigger percentage of the economy.

During gala night held on Friday evening to celebrate the conclusion of a 3-day diaspora investment conference in Nairobi, Mudavadi noted that President William Ruto’s administration has allowed open and candid conversation among Kenyans to enable the government serve its citizens better.“The government of President Ruto is committed to ensuring that our dreams are collectively released. No one should be left behind and no part of this country should be left behind,” stated CS  Mudavadi.

“As a nation we must now think away from continously taxing the people of Kenya to start looking at what are the other areas we can make a saving and raise resources and get money into the system so that we can release resources to lessen the burden our teachers are facing,” he said.

“I want to enlist you to support us to make these tough decisions so that we can have more resources to go into the education of our children and your pockets as we move forward.The Prime CS further underscored that it is not the right time to talk about who put the signature to what document but to work collectively to resolve the country’s economic problems.

“The institutions in our country, our devolved units must all work.”

The Prime CS likewise called on Kenyans in the diaspora to take part in investing back home as a way of boosting the country’s economy and creating jobs.

Mudavadi’s sentiments were shared by Diapsora Affairs PS Roselyn Njogu who noted that the diaspora community’s contribution to Kenya’s transformation agenda will support the Government’s aim of improving the livelihoods of millions of Kenyans, particularly in rural areas.

“Invest at home, find job opportunities and open up trade routes,” said PS Rosslyn Njogu.


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