On a discussion in various social media it came out clear that Kenya is leading in head of states salaries. According to the reports despite harsh economic moments in Kenya, It is clear that Kenya super powers over the other two East African Countries that is Uganda and Tanzania.
Since the nations use different currencies, the salary was converted to Kenyan Currency and the margin is evident compare to what the president claims in Kenya. His Excellence President William Ruto is ahead of Museveni by over Ksh1.3 million every month. The list is as follows in Kenyan Currency,
Kenya's president - Ksh. 1,443,750.
Tanzanian's President - Ksh. 458,876.
Ugandan President - Ksh. 111,160.
This came after Museveni's Son Muhoozi Kainerugaba claimed in his Twitter account to capture Nairobi in less than next two weeks. Kenyans were pleased by the comparison on how their Nation values head of State compared to their neighbour countries which despite media attack their President are underpaid.
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