Kenya's fifth president, William Ruto, is working tirelessly to revitalize the country's economy. During his campaigns, he promised Kenyans the best administration that would benefit the poor and the underprivileged, particularly by creating job opportunities.
However, according to Ephraim Njenga, a political expert, since Kenya Kwanza party head William Ruto and his deputy Rigathi Gachagua were sworn in, they have forgotten about the hustlers and the lowest in society.
Furthermore, Njenga says that the president has created more places in the government and awarded his close allies and friends; additionally, he is allegedly working hard to modify the constitution in order to extend his service time in the government.
He is reportedly being driven by self-interest, forgetting that he was chosen to serve the public. Furthermore, William Ruto has forgotten everything about the underprivileged in society. As a result, he will make an effort to increase his service as Kenya's president.
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