Protect CDF For The Sake Of Education, Ruto tells Mps

The National Government-Constituency Development Fund (NG-CDF) is something that President William Ruto has argued has to be safeguarded and turned into a constitutional fund.

According to President Ruto, the goal of his request to the two houses of Parliament last week to establish the NG-CDF a constitutional institution was to ensure the growth of education in the nation.

According to him, NG-CDF helped build numerous schools and provided bursaries to tens of thousands of students and learners nationwide.

Our human capital is “the single most important asset we have as a country, and the way to make it better is via education,” he declared.

Today, during a church service at Wanjohi Primary School in Kipipiri Constituency, Nyandarua County, President Ruto addressed.

Along with Nyandarua Governor Ndirangu Badilisha and a number of MPs led by National Assembly Majority Leader Kimani Ichung’wa, he was accompanied by Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, Cabinet Secretaries Rebecca Miano and Zacharia Njeru (Lands and East African Community, Arid and Semi-Arid Lands, and Regional Development), as well as the Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua.

The opposition will be strengthened, according to President Ruto, in order to increase accountability and transparency in the nation.

But he urged the opposition to carry out their mandate in a respectful and patriotic manner.

“What the opposition is doing to keep us in check is perfectly acceptable to us. We support a transparent government “added he.

In addition to stating that the administration is implementing policies and programs that would strengthen the economy and raise income, President Ruto stated that the government is dedicated to lowering public borrowing.

He claimed that instead of turning to debt, this is the most reliable approach to gather significantly more revenue to finance development.

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