It is true that the Kenyan politics have been much tricky as far as the new administration headed by his Excellency William Ruto and honourable Rigathi Gachagua.Today the deputy president Rigathi Gachagua visited Kamarok primary school and assured the pupils that they will have their party worth three hundred thousand after their exams and went ahead to issue the money to the school headteacher.
He also promised to give the teachers hundred thousand as motivation.Many Kenyans have really reacted to Gachagua's donations with many serious supporting him while others opposing him.
The national Exams are currently going on throughout the country and both pupils and students are urged to keep away from irregularities but instead get determined to achieve their dreams starting from the national Exams they are currently doing.It is now high time the Kenyan Politicians to take the front line to ensure that they preach the gospel of peace in the country so as to embrace unity.
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