The Deputy President at AIC Church service at Moi's Bridge Secondary School in Uasin Gishu County.
Deputy President William Ruto has issued a stern warning he said officers who attempt to steal from the Government through fictitious process or any other means will be sacked. This Government will not tolerate any form of graft and will deal with those who want to embezzle any form of graft we will not have any mercy on them.
The Deputy President was speaking at Moi’s Bridge Secondary School in Uasin Gishu County after attending a church service.
"We have given notice to all public servants and people involved with tenders that if they are not ready to stick to the straight and narrow then they should look elsewhere," he warned.
Mr. Ruto asked Kenyans to be focused and not distracted by the challenges facing the country
On agriculture, Mr. Ruto said the ministry of agriculture had been issued with adequate funds to purchase fertilizer stocks that will last to the next planting season so that farmers can access the product easily.
"We have already provided funds to the Ministry of Agriculture to purchase enough fertilizer. We want fertilizer to be in the stores from January to January so that farming is not unnecessarily delayed" he said.
At the same time, the Deputy President who was accompanied by several MPS asked women and youth to take advantage of the recently launched Uwezo Fund and engage in business.
He said Sh20million had been earmarked for every constituency for such loans.
Addressing the same meeting was Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago and his Elgeyo Marakwet counterpart Alex Tolgos.
By Godfrey Isiye - DPPS - 29.09.2013