In his official tweeter account, Senator Aaron Cheruiyot has sparked a mixed reactions online after claiming that President William Ruto has managed to meet some of his promises to kenyans. According to Aaron Cheruiyot President William Ruto efforts in bringing sanity in this country is evedent on how he is handling carted that were dominant in Banks and Media.the vocal senator alleged that the two institutions are very influential and stands with each other so as to protect each others interests. He blantantly said that President William Ruto must act on them for the sake of the public interests.
Aaron Cheruiyot has been very tough especially to the opposition claiming that they are the people that have caused Kenyan to be in the situation they are in today. He has been rubbishing the claims that state jobs are only being distributed in two communities and strongly believes that they are trying to make themselves relevant.
President William Ruto promised to fight the cartel and he has began and kenyans are now waiting to see if he will manage as Cheruiyot is alleging.
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