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Inside Miguna's Strategy To Force Raila Into Retirement Before 2027

Bunge la Mwananchi has said that Miguna Miguna' s homecoming budget could have been used to feed a section of the millions of Kenyans that are sleeping on empty stomachs.

The group spokesperson Calvince Okoth Gaucho, in an interview with Nairobi News, said that a lot of money was used to facilitate the controversial lawyer.

Mr. Gaucho says that many Kenyans suffer due to the high cost of living.

He put in that the time for Raila becoming the President of Rebublic of Kenya hatch is unsuccessful and it' s reasonable for her to step out the like abandoned commanders. He dubbed Raila as a conman who is glad to be the 6th president of Kenya hence he gets to with fiction about the regime.

" Conman has declared that he wants to be the 6th president of Kenya and he danges the presidency as a lethal method for emotional enrichment, " Miguna added

After being hired for the position of chief scientist, a member of President William Ruto' s cabinet today began his quest to plant at least 5000 trees as a gesture of gratitude and to save lives.

Dr. Alfred Mutua, Cabinet Secretary for Foreign and Diaspora Affairs, has started a tree- planting campaign on one of his ranches.

At least 5000 trees will be planted, according to the CS. Dr. Mutua began the exercise by planting 52 trees in South Kitui.

Mutua stated that Kitui South has not experienced good rains in over three years and added that people are suffering.

I have today planted 52 trees (symbolizing my age) at my ranch in Ngali, Ikutha, South Kitui, by Tsavo East National Park in accordance with the President William Ruto' s recommendation, as part of our effort to halt climate change, in anticipation of the rains later this month, and in accordance with our campaign to reverse climate change. By the end of 2023, I want to have at least 5, 000 trees planted in all of my fields, he said.

Other CSs have been tasked by Dr. Mutua to plant at least 3000 trees in their respective regions.

President Ruto urged Kenyans to plant trees to commemorate their birthdays a few days ago. In order for Kenya to combat the damaging consequences of climate change, he issued a challenge to every citizen to plant 300 trees

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