It is true that Kenyans are expecting more from President William Ruto’s government. However, as it stands, political leaders allied to Azimio leader Raila Odinga will heavily criticized Kenya Kwanza government after its first 100 days in office.
Concerning the same, Siaya County Governor James Orengo has slammed President William Ruto, his deputy Rigathi Gachagua and entire Kenya Kwanza government for talking less about their promises to Kenyans.
Governor Orengo has alluded that President Ruto and his deputy have learned that power is sweet and no longer talks about their manifestos and service delivery to Kenyans. Instead they are spending lots of time talking about how to stay in power.
“Now they have tasted power, they are talking less of the promises they gave and talking more about how to wield and survive in the reigns of power by whatever means.” Said Siaya Governor James Orengo according to a popular news agency, kenyans.co.ke.
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