The Kenya Kwanza government under the leadership of president William Ruto and his Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua is facing true test of leadership from Kenyans. Things are getting messy and ugly as Kenyans continue languishing in poverty and President William Ruto promises slowly turning into hot air.
Despite president William Ruto and his Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua struggles to fulfill promises, County governors are fabimg it tougher. Earlier Kawira Mwangaza Was the first one to be sent home but survived in the senate. The impeachment motion in Kiambu County has been trending and Kenyans are being left out wondering what is happening.
Well according to Kiambu County governor Kimani Wamatangi has now come out told Kenyans that there is no wrangles between him and MCA's. According to Kimani Wamatangi everything is fine and they discussed out. According to Kimani Wamatangi things that were disturbing then have been solved completely and it is time To work smart.
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