President William Ruto's government still lacks consensus on what exactly needs to be done nine months after it came into force, now it is being done.
Ruto was sworn in last September 13 and handed over to Uhuru Kenyatta promising to relocate the country.
But it turns out there is a secret disagreement whether to work and implement Kenya's Kwanza manifesto or focus on the 2027 campaigns.
Insiders told The Standard that Ruto and his officials are also still reeling from last year's transition and have yet to start work.
The newspaper said that another issue is the existence of godfathers, which complicates the work of civil servants and in turn affects the provision of services. "Many of those nominated do not feel free to act, because the shadow of the godfathers is spreading around them. In other cases, even when there are no shadows, they simply hesitate and imagine shadows where there are none, a government insider revealed.
In his campaigns, Ruto promised some good things if elected, some of which are yet to be achieved after nine months, although he promised to take care of them within months.
Now he blames the situation on the bad policies of Uhuru, who he accused among others of excessive debt and leaving him with part of the loan payments.
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