Irungu Kang'ata, the governor of Murang'a County, praised President William Ruto for some of the decisions he has made so far since President Uhuru Kenyatta assumed office.
The head of the United Democratic Union Party spoke about President Ruto's choice to privatize a major publicly traded corporation that was having financial problems and was losing money on social media. The government's investment in Kenya Airways, which is in jeopardy, will be sold, according to President Ruto.
Governor Kang'ata praised President William Ruto's decision to end boarding schools in favor of normal education by utilizing the Ministry of Education. As a last example of regulation, the mayor cited one in the financial sector.
"Very important decisions made by HE this year, Sell KQ, Privatise more public companies, Promote day schooling, and Deregulate the 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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