Murang'a County governor Irungu Kang’ata, has lauded president William Ruto over some of the decisions he has made so far since he took over the presidency from former president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Taking to his social media pages, the United Democratic Alliance party governor cited president Ruto's decision to sell government Shares at the struggling Kenya Airways and privatisation of major public companies which are also struggling financially and those trading on losses.
Governor Kang’ata further lauded president William Ruto's decision through the ministry of Education to promote day schooling in bid to end boarding school. Finally the governor cited the deregulation of the financial sector.
"Very important decisions made by HE this year, Sell KQ, Privatise more public companies, Promote day schooling, and Deregulate financial sector." He posted on his official Twitter handle.
"These are seeds for a prosperous Kenya. They create employment in the long run and state efficiency" He added.
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