Senior Counsel Ahmednassir Abdullahi has predicted good news to president William Ruto and his government informing what the head of state should only continue doing.
Ahmednassir Abdullahi through verified sources said that President William Ruto's honey moon may last for long.
Speaking about his cabinet secretaries and his government, Ahmednassir said that if president William Ruto maintains what he termed as zeal in discharge of his duties and ensures his cabinet avoid scandals, his honey moon will last for a long time.
"If he goes on the current trajectory, maintains his his missionary zeal in discharge of duties, keeps focus on his manifesto and ensures his cabinet secretaries avoid major scandals , I see president William Ruto honeymoon lasting for long...long time," Ahmednassir Abdullahi has said.
This is good news to president William Ruto who recently formed his government with his new cabinets in place to help him deliver for Kenyans on his promises.
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