Dr. William Samoei Arap Ruto has various challenges as he strives to settle in at State House with only 100 days left in his term as president. In view of rising living costs and insecurity, the president faces a problem in preventing Kenyans from going hungry while upholding consistent national security. Nairobi has become a hotspot where thieves frequently mug innocent Kenyans.
President Dr. William Samoei Arap Ruto has been cautioned about what is in store for him if the level of instability in the country keeps increasing. Kenyans would protest if President Ruto's administration doesn't ensure their security, according to City Attorney Ndegwa Njiru. He went on to say that since nobody is indispensable, President Ruto might be asked to resign.
Ndegwa Njiru: KENYANS @skmusyoka if the government of NABII @WilliamsRuto is not able to guarantee our SECURITY, we SHOULD DEMONSTRATE and let him know that KAZI YA WIZI SI KAZI.We will call for his RESIGNATION...No one is INDISPENSABLE....our security is not NEGOTIABLE.#SECURITYNOW
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