The Kenya Kwanza government, which has only been in power for roughly eight months, is still hanging by a thread over what is happening throughout the entire nation, with the Turkana banditry dominating center stage.
Kenyans are striking across the nation as a result of the rising cost of living, and this is continuing to put pressure on the newly elected government. The recent events in Uhuru's backyard have put the ruling party in a difficult position. Residents keep organizing to overthrow the Kenya Kwanza regime.
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