Government Spokesperson Col. (Rtd.) Cyrus Oguna has affirmed the government’s commitment towards actualizing the big four agenda.
Speaking at Kenya School of government (KSG) Embu, Oguna said that the government is still on the path of delivering its big four plans to Kenyans.
He said that even as President Uhuru Kenyatta’s term comes to an end, the big four agenda is very much alive and that the government is keen on ensuring it is achieved.
“The big four agenda is very much alive and the government is committed to making sure it becomes a success even if the president’s term is coming to an end,”
While addressing the recently recruited public servants on Tuesday at Kenya School of Government Embu, Oguna said that the government has provided a conducive environment for investors to invest in Kenya to cater for the manufacturing agenda, which he noted is being achieved progressively.
The government spokesperson revealed that so far 31 counties have signed a partnership with the government to construct affordable houses across Kenya noting that through the partnership with, many citizens have an opportunity to own houses in line with the agenda on housing.
He also said that in every county, there is upgrading of health facilities so that Kenyans can have access to decent and affordable health, in line with the health agenda.
Additionally, Oguna said that through the construction sector the government has been able to create an enabling environment for investors to invest in the manufacturing sector.
He lauded the construction of Nairobi Express way noting that the project has created 6,800 jobs for the young people in Kenya.
At same time, the government has rolled out interventions in ASAL areas to help alleviate the suffering of its citizens.
“We are a system and every part plays its own role, we must work together as an entity,’’ said Oguna.
By Justus Anzaya