The political battle count and fighters are the same. Political leaders are selling there manifesto and 2022 general elections is expected to be hot. With 2022 general elections approaching, the political class is struggling to attract more supporters to there camps.
The question of corruption has been one of the neglected issues among political leaders. DP William Ruto’s camp is among those camps hosting leaders with corruption cases like Wamuchomba, Rigathi Gachagua and others. The tough economic times facing Kenyans is a clear indicator of the real nightmare of corruption. Increased cost fuel has resulted to tough and bitter life among Kenyans.
Hon. Raila Odinga promised Kenyans that the matter of fuel will be dealt with. CS Interior Fred Matiang'i has now been tasked with saving Kenyans from the fuel mess. According to latest developments CS Fred Matiang'i will chair the fuel crisis meeting. He is expected to meet energy stake holders to discuss the stalemate.
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