The Azimio-One Kenya Alliance led by Kalonzo Musyoka along with MPs from the ODM Party, Jubilee and Wiper revealed today that they are working on the finer details of the alleged Russian fertilizer scandal, Kenyans can be seen buying 50kg bags for 3,500ksh, but it's supposed to be free.
Speaking to the press as Kalonzo claimed to have received unconfirmed reports that Ruto's government was making millions of dollars from subsidized fertilizer donated by Russian President Vladimir Putin a few weeks ago, the opposition The foundation has urged Kenyans to remain vigilant and submit any information that may help the team work on the upcoming Expo.
Furthermore, while lighting up his (Ruto) speech yesterday at the official opening of the 13th legislature, the head of the windshield wipers said that it was clear and obvious that the team Ruto's will not be out of campaign mode even though she has achieved. what she wants.
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