The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen ones Hon. Raila Odinga begins doing what he has been doing best. Kenyans are now tired with the high cost of living and empty promises president William Ruto has been promising endlessly.
Well fresh trouble is brewing in Kenya Kwanza government and danger is sneaking in. With time moving with speed and tension building among Kenyans millions of Kenyans have been wondering if president William Ruto is still campaigning or he Is working.
Council of governors under the leadership of Ann Waiguru have raised serious concerns in why the Kenya Kwanza government is delaying on funding infrastructure developments. According to the governors through Ann Waiguru they want the government of Kenya Kwanza under the leadership of president William Ruto to fund them. Counties are becoming difficult to run and they want money. This comes as Kenya Kwanza government continues giving Kenyans paybill number to donate money for drought support.
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