The nation's chief of state, President Willi Ruto, was awakened this morning while attending a government function in London. When he was present at the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, Ruto discovered that the statehouse had been shelling out $4 million every day to finance Raila's protests. 2 billion shillings are spent annually, or 120 million shillings every month.
In a related line, it was revealed by the business daily that Uhuru and Ruto each spent 579M on travel within the three months prior to the elections. The majority of the travel expenses came from overseas and regional campaign travels.
Another unpleasant event is that the head of state has been informed by Kenyan refugees living close to the Ethiopian border that if petrol prices continue to rise, they will apply for asylum in Ethiopia.
Ruto is slated to come home later this week after attending a UN security council meeting in New York. He also plans to meet with President Joe Biden at the White House to discuss a number of issues that are harming our economy.
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