The One Kenya Alliance Principals met today the 18th of May to receive an update report from our technical committee on the progress made in formalizing the Alliance. They expressed satisfaction with the progress so far, noting that Kenyans were waiting anxiously for the same as a vehicle that carries their aspirations.
At the same time, the Principals registered their dissatisfaction with the High Court judgment on the BBI Constitutional Amendment but urged Kenyans to be patient and wait for the appeal process to proceed to its logical conclusion while expressing hope that the appellate courts will uphold the sovereign will of the people of Kenya.
The Principals also expressed concerns over reports of a potential 4th wave of the COVID-19 in the month of July, calling upon the Ministry of Health to intensify mass testing and vaccination to mitigate against this danger.
The Principals also regretted the devastating effects of floods across the country that has led to the loss of lives and destruction of property, calling upon the relevant authorities to put in place urgent measures to curb this situation.
They also called upon the government to intensify the distribution of subsidized seeds and fertilizer to farmers to take advantage of the ongoing rains.
Lastly, the Principals applauded the Senate for its decision to impeach the Governor of Wajir, terming it a bold step in the fight against corruption and impunity in the Counties.