Nairobi – Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula has said the UDA-ANC-FORD Kenya alliance will prioritize youth empowerment once it forms the next government.
The FORD Kenya party leader who spoke in Nakuru where he joined Vice President William Ruto (UDA) and ANC’s Musalia Mudavadi at the alliance’s inaugural rally also said the government they would form would protect decentralization.
“Kenya will rise again. We are not here for greed or to favor our side. We will bring in a government that will favor and prioritize young people to empower them.” said Wetangula.
He said the government formed by the alliance will focus on agriculture by helping farmers increase food production in the country and earn a living.
“We will support decentralization to ensure 85% of agricultural productivity in the country. We will create good relations with neighboring countries that,” the former Senate Minority Leader said.
Wetangula said they will seek to formulate an education system that supports the country’s economic aspirants.
He promised that an administration formed by the alliance would be inclusive and ensure the participation of all Kenyans.
The UDA, ANC and FORD Kenya formation will hold their joint rallies in Bungoma in the west on Friday and in the central region on Saturday.