President William Ruto quickly departed the nation for Uganda, where he took part in yesterday's 60th Independence Day festivities, before flying to Tanzania later that evening.
Kenyans have seen some respite as a result of his journey to Tanzania at this time, when the cost of basic necessities has skyrocketed. In order to keep his promise to Kenyans, the head of state appears to be running from them right now.
Presidents William Ruto and Samia Suluhu of Tanzania reached an agreement to permit the connecting of a gas pipeline from Dar es Salaam to Mombasa. In order to ensure that Kenya uses the Tanzanian gas, Ruto stated his administration will expedite the process. He said that the action will enhance competition and lower energy prices in Kenya's gas sector.
After being vetted by the national assembly, the accord will come to light as soon as cabinet secretaries are sworn in. This will make cooking gas more accessible between the two nations. Kenyans will be able to use green energy for household purposes at reasonable costs to some extent.
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