United Democratic Alliance Party politician and Muranga County Governor Irungu Kangata has heaped praises at President William Ruto and the first lady Rachael Ruto while saying that they are inspiring couple. He then went ahead and mentioned 4 major achievements that have been made President William Ruto led administration.
Irungu Kangata has said the first major achievements of President Ruto is selling the Kenya Airways. The second major decisions of President Ruto according to Kangata is privatising more public companies, promotion of day schooling and lastly deregulating financial sector.
Kangata argues that these decisions made by the President are seeds for the prosperity of the country. He argues that they will create empowerment and state efficiency.
"Very inspiring couple. Very important decisions made by HE this year; Sell KQ. 2. Privatise more public companies. 3. Promote day schooling. 4.Deregulate financial sector.These are seeds for a prosperous Kenya. They create employment in the long run & state efficiency" Kangata tweeted.
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