Senator Ledama Olekina's statement was direct and concise. He raises a critical issue on the state of affairs in Kenya, a matter of how best to utilize public funds.
His challenge for President William Ruto to prioritize feeding Kenyans who are suffering from hunger, instead of rewarding cronies with high-paying positions is compelling.
While creating employment is an honorable endeavor, ensuring the people who most need assistance have the basic necessity of food must take precedence.
It is clear that if our society is to progress, taking proper steps to provide for those less fortunate must take priority. The status quo of corruption and nepotism has to end if our nation is to reach its true potential.
Senator Ledama Olekina's plea for transparency and consideration for the people must be heeded by Deputy President William Ruto and the government at large.
We should ensure that our citizens receive the same benefits, no matter who they are. Allocating funds to where they are most needed and helping those who are struggling should be the highest priority.
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