President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto held a crucial meeting at State House on Friday 21 February.
The two country top leaders on Friday held a crucial forum that dubbed the National and County Government Summit which brought the two arms of the government together to discuss key issues on how to steer the country forward.
The crucial forum led by the head of state, discussed how the government administration would deliver better services to Kenyans.
President Uhuru and his deputy addressed the progress of the implementation of the Big 4 agenda programmes.
President Kenyatta thanked the leaders at the County level who had steered the initiative in the right direction as he expressed his impression by the project that is regarded to be his legacy.
“The President who expressed satisfaction with the ongoing rollout of Big 4 Agenda programs on universal health coverage, affordable housing, manufacturing, and food security thanked county governments for their partnership,” read a statement from State House.
The president also addressed corruption matters and pending bills, terming them as high-level ranking issues that mostly affected citizens and need to be solved urgently to better Kenyans lives.