(Photo, the deputy president Rigathi)
President William Samoei Ruto presided over the Cabinet Secretaries three day retreat in Nanyuki.However it was a meeting that brought together various governmental officials as they discuss on various aspects. However the deputy president Rigathi Gachagua has disclosed that it was indeed a busy moment for them as they discuss on measures to improve various sectors.While speaking during Inooro TV live interview, Gachagua has disclosed that they sometimes held meetings till midnight.Moreover the deputy president Rigathi Gachagua has disclosed that Ruto's government is looking forward to stabilize the economy.He added that the government is looking forward to buying more maize to reduce the cost of flour before Kenyan maize is harvested.Indeed Rigathi's message has aroused Kenyans views as they share varying opinions via the social media platforms. However what is your concern regarding Rigathi Gachagua message? Kindly share your comment and follow us for other more updates.
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