Raila Odinga's ally and Senator from County Hon Ledama Ole Kina has once again fired on president Ruto and asked him to tell him on possible solutions to poverty in Kenya.
The Senator has taken to his official Twitter account platform and told president Ruto that many Kenyans are suffering from poverty due to high prices of fuel, lack of jobs and even calamities such as drought. The people have therefore suffered from Poverty Related Syndrome (PRS).
The senator has therefore asked president Ruto to tell him of what he has in his mind on short term and long term solutions for dealing with the PRS when he will be officially opening the Parliament.
"Mr President @WilliamsRuto most Kenyans are suffering from PRS (Poverty Related Syndromes) due to the drought, high fuel prices & lack of jobs! I want to hear what you have in mind as short term & long solutions for dealing with PRS when you officially open Parliament ok?" Ledama stated.
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