The State House Spokesperson, Kanze Dena is having a radio interview this morning where millions of Kenyans are listening and calling to ask their questions as well as give their views on the current state of the nation.
Picture courtesy. State House Spokesperson, Kanze Dena.
The mother of one has risen through the ranks of being on television reading news to State House Nairobi which is a dream come true for her.
Many countries and individuals across the world have chipped in to help restore the calm as well as offer shelter to the refugees of the country.
This morning, according to reliable reports, Kanze Dena, the State House Spokesperson, has blamed the War in Ukraine for the high cost of living in the country.
Besides the war in Ukraine, Kanze Dena also went on to clarify that the Covid pandemic also affected the global trade largely.
"The rising cost of living in Kenya is as a result of several external economic, health and geopolitical factors that are beyond our control, among them disruption of global value chains caused by the Covid-19 pandemic that ravaged the world for two years." she added.
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