William Ruto was chosen as president by a large number of poor Kenyans with the hope that the chief hustler will consider them after taking the seat and their affairs will be heard. But things have changed, the pledges he kept to the hustlers have not yet been met, intact the cost of living in Kenya under Ruto's reign is much worse than that of Uhuru.
Uhuru warned Kenyans against electing Ruto but they were carried by the bottom up economy model which has turned to be up bottom economy model. Kalonzo has weighed on the abolishment of HELB as a bad idea by the president. "I hope you don't remove the subsidies from HELB because if you do so you will be condemning the children of the poor to oblivion and you claim to be one of them," Kalonzo told the president. Kenyans have agreed with Kalonzo and have reacted as shown below;
It is true that removing HELB will put an end to bright dreams of children from poor backgrounds since many depends on HELB to further their education. Do you think Ruto should abolish HELB? Leave your comments below and kindly follow for more updates.
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