The Kenya Kwanza government under the leadership of president William Ruto and his Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua is facing true litmus paper and things are getting messy and ugly every day. It was easy to promise Kenyans all they wanted to hear but difficult to fullfill those problems.
Despite all that, Interior CS Kindiki Kithure promised Kenyans that he will end banditry across the country. The opposite has been witnessed as Kenyans continue being attacked on daily bases. Time is moving with speed and anxiety is growing among Kenyans. Well the insecurities are threatening the peace Kenyans have been enjoying and according to Thai ebeing news,
"SUSPECTED SHABAAB militants attack convoy of Lapsset workers in Bodhai, Garissa; one dead, two KDF soldiers injured, police report says." These is sad news and it has been long since this attacks were witnessed across the country. President William Ruto will have to work smart to solve this menace.
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