At a five-day retreat at the Mount Kenya Safari Club in Nyeri, President William Ruto invited his cabinet and other top officials. The president presided over the meeting with help from Musalia Mudavadi, Rigathi Gachagua, and the vice president.
The meeting's principal objective, though few specifics were provided, was to adopt the administration's economic reform plan, which was founded on goals including food security and employment development.
Inside information about the retreat was made public this evening by DP Rigathi Gachagua. The second in command disclosed that the retreat was primarily to organize the Kenya kwanza house when appearing on Kiririmbi, a political program on Inooro TV.
The DP disclosed that during the discussion, Ruto outlined how his administration will function, as well as the impending measures to revive the economy.
The country's economy is severely lacking, according to Gachagua, therefore the process won't move as quickly as anticipated. Gachagua revealed that the government of Uhuru was essentially bankrupt.
He admitted that he wouldn't stop saying things as long as they continued to undermine Uhuru's leadership.
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