Deputy President Dr William Ruto who is the Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition presidential candidate, has blamed his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake partner the Azimio la Umoja Movement-One Kenya Alliance coalition presidential candidate Raila Odinga, for the high cost of living which is currently being experienced by Kenyans towards the end of the Jubilee government administration.
Speaking during his campaign rally in Embu County as quoted and reported by NTV, Ruto castigated President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga saying that they are the ones who abandoned the big four plan of their 2017 campaign agenda, and introduced the BBI raggae and used all the money for the development plan that was meant to give subsidy to farmers to produce a lot of food at a low cost. Hence that is what has led to the current food crisis in the country because the cost of planting went so high and some farmers were unable to plant.
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