President Uhuru Kenyatta mark the end of an era today Wednesday as he celebrates the 59th Madaraka day at Uhuru Gardens National Monument as he makes his last remarks today counting for all his achievement during his tenure governance of 10 years in relation with the Big four agenda in play.
Interestingly, his last national event was also his first in 2013 after being elected President in April and gives him an opportunity to celebrate with the 3000 invited guests and Kenyans at large the achievements of his 10-year tenure.
Most cabinet secretary and state officer shave shared their remarks on how his season of power and leadership have been just 69 days to the August election.
ICT cabinet secretary Joseph mucheru in statement has also stated some of the achievement including ICT data security and information, starting of the Konza city plan and digital plan like Ajira having more than 2 million Kenyans working every day, e-citizen, with Major Corporation investing in Kenya.
Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kenya, Ambassador Monica Juma who also congratulated the big steps they have made with the president on matters renewable energy acknowledging the fact that Kenya is 92% green on the grid.
Central government to a devolved method of governance as attributed by Eugene Wamalwa cabinet secretary of defense as president Kenyatta Uhuru legacy during his tenure adding that the president also ensure the engendering of the force with Major general Fatma Ahmed being the first woman to become a general.
Peter Munya as cabinet secretary of Agriculture and Fred Matiangi minister of internal security applauding the president for having over achieved.
From reforming, to innovating and re-innovating, distributing and giving access, not to forget the facilitating development and opportunity. A great era ends today!