With just roughly, about 70 days since the current administration of Kenya Kwanza party leader William Ruto took control of the county, many had begun to build less trust in the team but as for now, things have continued to flow in a good way and some are being looked at as defiance.
President William Ruto has been warned by top political analyst Dastan Omari to avoid repeating the same mistakes that the former President Uhuru Kenyatta did. The fitst mistake that Uhuru did was not listening to the public outcry. Willam Ruto has been accused of not obeying trying to force kenyans to have NSSF increased from 200 shillings to 2000.
The second mistake that Uhuru did was not to obey court orders. William Ruto is also about to repeat the same mistakes. According to Omari, Ruto should follow the court ordered carrying him from appointing CASs which was declared unlawful by the court of law and the increase of NSSF funds from 200 to 2000 monthly contributions.
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