Even though Kenyan president William Samoei Arap Ruto is pleading with foreign investors to put money into his country, it is clear that life there is far from ideal. The president's pledges have not been kept, and the nation's economy continues to deteriorate daily. Furthermore, the situation is getting worse because the government is once again experiencing delays in civil servant salaries.
Since civil servants have publicly threatened to do the following, it appears that things are getting worse and that a strike is imminent in president Ruto's administration. The news that the government employees are currently threatening to strike was reported by Radio Citizen FM. Kenyans will be in a condition of uncertainty if it occurs, which will cause numerous government functions to become paralyzed nationwide. Kenyans still have more questions than answers about President Ruto's ability to run the country, therefore he hasn't yet responded.
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