According to Ndiritu Muriithi, a former governor of Laikipia, President Uhuru Kenyatta, the fourth president of the Republic of Kenya, lost control of the Mt. Kenya region in the year that he was leaving office because of the hashish economy.
According to him, President Uhuru Kenyatta performed a wonderful job developing roads, but the public did not notice because the new economy fed many households that were previously starving.
Ndiritu Muriithi, an economist who formerly served as governor of Laikipia, offers some commentary on the shortcomings of the scientific community. He asserted that citizens of Kenya were furious and disheartened with the country's current position or the deteriorating conditions in the country.
The residents of Mount Kenya have to decide whether or not they believe that President William Ruto can exceed his predecessor, Uhuru Kenyatta, for the next five years.
In the following months, it will become abundantly evident whether or not William Ruto, the fifth President of Kenya, will be able to keep the promises he made to Kenyans throughout his campaigns.
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