The vice president of Kenya, Rigathi Gachagua, has confirmed that cash intended for police personnel's salary and allowance increases was transferred to BBI and Azimio. According to him, they intended to enhance police officer salaries but discovered empty coffers.
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Rigathi Gachagua is convinced that former president Uhuru Kenyatta severely damaged the economy, which current president William Ruto is doing his best to rebuild. According to Gachagua, the Uhuru government brushed aside topics of national importance in favor of the Azimio campaigns.
However, Vice President Rigathi Gachagua wants public officials to prepare carefully so that pay can be increased after the economy has steadied. According to Gachagua, it is apparent that the nation is grossly impoverished.
Gachagua is nevertheless hopeful that the stabilization of the economy is proceeding and that the William Ruto administration will achieve significant milestones. However, as always, let's wait and watch what happens, as we certainly live in politically intriguing times.
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