William Ruto's is optimistic that he will deliver what he promised to Kenyans.The hustler narrative that resonated well with majority of Kenyans is yet to be practised through the bottom-up economic model.Unfortunately, the cost of fuel has risen more than how Uhuru left it.Electricity too has gone up.Besides, the taxes are also set to rise this month by some percentage thus signalling difficult times for Kenyans ahead.
His deputy Rigathi Gachagua has been on the headlines with some of his remarks that have ended up being criticised.Just today, lawyer Donald Kipkorir said that Gachagua should know that he is now the DP and should not direct his political anger to any Kenyan.
Rigathi himself has at times been claiming that he has been misquoted by media for instance in his statement on shamba system during the burial of Baringo Deputy Governor.At the end, Rigathi has now told the media to leave him alone.He has warned journalists against what he terms as disinformation.
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