Margaret Kenyatta joins Jubilee's campaign
Here is what she said while campaigning
Speaking at Mutitu wa Ndooa to thousands of women and their leaders from Kitui, Makueni and Machakos, Ms Kenyatta pleaded with the public to give the Head of State a second term in power.
The First Lady, who was presiding over a Beyond Zero campaign, stated that a second chance for Jubilee was important to allow the administration to finish the projects it had started.
"But we can only achieve this if you give this Government, and if you give me, the opportunity to finish the work that we started.
"Today I make another commitment to continue the journey that I started in 2013 because the work is not over yet," she said.
Margaret outlined that some of Jubilee's achievements in the Health sector, which she has been actively involved in noting: “As a country, we have made great gains in so many areas, but for me the greatest gain that is also very close to my heart are the gains we have made in the health of mothers and children".
"The Government has also pledged additional resources through the Linda Mama program to provide free healthcare services for antenatal, post-natal and immunization,” she mentioned.
Ms Kenyatta's remarks came a day before the President planned meet-the-people tour of Kitui today.
The President's wife has been staying away from politics.
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