Mp Racheal Nyamai pledges to work with President Ruto



Kitui south Member of Parliament Dr Racheal Nyamai together with fellow jubilee MPs have unanimously agreed to work with President William Ruto for the sake of their electorates.

On Wednesday 8th Feb 2023 – The popular Jubilee legislator Dr. Nyamai had a wonderful engagement with the President HE Dr. William Ruto and The Deputy President The Hon. Rigathi Gachagua.

The meeting was meant to solidify possibilities of supporting development projects in our Constituencies, Counties, and the Country at large, the TCD DIGITAL REPORTS.

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The Mp who has served for 10 straight years as a chair of committee ( heath and lands) said that this day was so important because she had a meeting with her Mentor the HE Hon WSR. It also reminds me of the 13 Yatta journey of leadership and struggles.

While we sort for funds to have kibwezi kitui road tarmacked; and so many promises that we made to Ukambani community. Eventually we got the road done and the launch in Mutomo will forever remain a significant event to the people of kitui south.

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The biggest promise we got to say is action on hunger for both people and animals. This is an emergency which has to be handled immediately and the HE the President promised to act swiftly. We have no water for people and animals. We presented this matter and this is affecting the whole country.

“This is not for me but for the People Of Kitui South Constituency. It’s high time we put political differences aside and work for the People Of Kenya” Mp wrote on her social media page.


The progressive leaders have intentionally chosen to prioritize finding solutions to the urgent challenges facing our country instead of engaging in political rhetoric.

Dr. Nyamai said Working together with the government will ensure the needs of the people are the number one priority in the development discourse of our nation.

More than 30 Jubilee MPs pledged to work with the Government in advancing its development agenda.