The economy of the country has been limping in the recent past. The situation was made worse by the covid-19 pandemic which resulted to massive loss of jobs. But even as we use the pandemic to explain most of our economic problems, the country's administration definitely played a role in the same.
In most of his submissions, the Deputy President has cited that the handshake between Raila Odinga and President Kenyatta has curtailed the attainment of the big four agenda. Whereas this may be true to some extent, top lawyer Ndegwa Njiru holds that the handshake cannot be solely said to be the drawback of the Jubilee government.
Photo : DP Ruto.
" I am really surprised that the Deputy President has conferred himself in a position that makes him the only person who can redeem the current economic status of the country. He should be ignorant about other external factors that have contributed to it." Ndegwa said.
According to Ndegwa, anyone, not necessarily DP Ruto can be able to bounce back the economy to where it was, especially during the Kibaki era.
Photo courtesy : Ndegwa Njiru.
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