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"You Remove Subsidies, You Create Enemies, " Ruto Advised to Avoid Revolt Amid His Bold Decisions.

Following his audacious actions regarding the elimination of subsidies, President William Ruto has been informed by political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi that he has incited a civil war with the Kenyan people.

According to Ngunyi, President Ruto is taking risky actions to revive the nation's already shaky economy. Following the same, Ngunyi praises Ruto profusely but also foresees a protest against his management style.

The political analyst continues by saying that Kenyans are not accustomed to making bold choices; instead, they follow the herd. He predicts that soon, hostility will develop between the populace and the head of state.

Ngunyi said that President Ruto is on the correct route and said that no country advances to revive its economy by following the decisions of the majority.

He further added that Ruto won the hearts of Kenyans because he made popular, adding that for a long time, politics has been driven by popular choices.

The analyst advised the Head of state to come up with another model that will balance between the bold and popular decisions, hinting out that Kenyans are irrational and won't understand that.

"The enemy of William Ruto will be the people. His economic models are bold. Not popular. Economic is about bold decisions. Politics is driven by popular choices. Failure to balance the two will lead to revolt. The masses are irrational. You remove subsidies, you create enemies," Ngunyi said.

The Head of state had earlier noted that he removed all subsidies as a way of helping his administration raise money that will be used settle the Country's debt, adding that, he is looking forward to creating a Country that will finance her own future projects without borrowing from the foreign countries and organisations.

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