President William Ruto spotted at the Lusail Stadium where the 2022 FIFA World Cup was played. (Photo Courtesy)
Renowned blogger Pauline Njoroge has been a big critic of President William Ruto and the Kenya Kwanza government since they took to office after the August 9th elections.
However, some of the criticism from Pauline Njoroge are based on the facts and promises that President William Ruto made while taking office.
Taking to her official social media platform, Pauline Njoroge blasted President William Ruto for going against his word of cutting off spending on foreign travels after the President was spotted at Lusail Stadium attending the world cup final match between Argentina and France.
"President Ruto: In our austerity plan aimed at reducing expenditures of ministries, departments and agencies, the government will cut spending on foreign travels.
Cutting spending on foreign travels 👇🏾😅." Pauline Njoroge stated.
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