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Cabinet kicks off a three day retreat as Jubilee government moves to meet its ambitious manifesto

17, Apr 2016

The Cabinet has started a three day retreat starting today as the jubilee government moves to meet its ambitious manifesto. The talks are being held at the Great Rift Valley lodge in Naivasha. The president, together with his deputy William Ruto, are likely to push for speedy completion of projects that can be completed between now and July next year. According to state house spokesman Manoah Esipisu, Uhuru will use the meeting to review, reflect and plan for priority areas in government and fast track implementation of pre-election pledges. The cabinet is likely to re-allocate resources to ensure that the projects are completed before the august 2017 general election during which the president will be seeking to recapture his seat. Water, hospital equipment, roads and electricity will be main areas of priority for the remaining months ahead of the general election. Other issues will be youth empowerment projects and progress on various government funding. The last cabinet retreat was