Ruto urges Kenyans to ignore the Standard after this happened" width="790" height="430"/>President Ruto is currently facing a tough time while the country await to hear from him his pick of the CASs.
Kenyan leaders and other civilian Kenyans have cried foul on social media and mainstream media on the 'unnecessary' billions per year that will be channelled to paying those CASs.
Owing to this, an Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition party senator has publicly called on the president and informed him that he should stop wasting the Kenyan resources at a time when many Kenyans are battling hunger.
Senator Olekina's plea for transparency and consideration for the people must be heeded by President William Samoei Ruto and the Kenya Kwanza adminstration in general.
The ODM senator sees helping those who are lacking food as a priority instaed of president Ruto rewarding his close allies with lucrative government jobs that will make Kenyans to dig deep in their pockrts so as to pay them hefty salaries and allowances.
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