President Ruto and the Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua have achieved some of their promises with less than a month since they took over powers from the former President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta.
However, opposition side has taken their roles to be a watchdog of the ruling government. The Member of Parliament for Samburu West Naisula Lesuuda has criticised the government of President William Samoei Ruto.
Speaking through her official Twitter account platform, the MP expressed her impatience on the wait for subsidy on production.
"As we wait for subsidy on production which is a good thing. Consumption tukule nini? Fertilizer?" The MP asked.
"Hahaha.. unga kwanza coz its the basic need and it's also consumed by the majority mhesh fertilizer should come second during rainy season," an account responded.
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