According to President William Ruto, his administration is working on lowering the price of maize flour.
But he reflected on what might have happened if Raila Odinga had won. He claimed that if he had lost to Raila, the price of flour today would have been Ksh 300.
"Kama uchaguzi huu ungeenda vingine, pengine unga saa hizi ingekuwa shilingi 300," Ruto declared.
This roughly translates to "Perhaps the price of maize flour would have been Ksh 300 if I had lost the August election."
He urged people who were suffering from high food prices to be patient, noting that all Kenyans needed to support the cause.
He promised to create jobs in order to combat rising commodity prices.Kenyans have left talking across the country over President Ruto's breath news that if he did not control the government, the country did go wrong and that the price of Uganda went up by $300.
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