Given the current state of the economy, it is difficult for the average Kenyan to afford even basic food items. This is demonstrated by the sudden spike in the prices of basic food items.
Candidates for president from the two major parties, the United Democratic Alliance of Kenya Kwanza and Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition, have been pointing fingers at one another for the country's changing economy.
Deputy President William Samoei Ruto is the target of a blatant jab from Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka today on Kenyan.co.ke, who claims that Ruto lacks the right to accuse anyone of harming Kenyans due to the country's current economic situation.
The leader of the United Democratic Alliance, William Ruto, he claimed, wrecked the economy before leaving office. Different Kenyans have reacted differently to this opinion.
Ruto destroyed the economy before fleeing from the government, therefore he has no moral standing to accuse Raila and President Uhuru of doing the same, said Kalonzo
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