With only 100 days left in his term as president, Dr. William Samoei Arap Ruto faces numerous difficulties as he attempts to settle in at State House. The president faces a challenge in keeping Kenyans from going hungry while maintaining steady national security in light of increased living expenses and insecurity. Innocent Kenyans are often mugged by robbers in Nairobi, which has become a hotspot.
In the case that the level of instability in the nation keeps rising, President Dr. William Samoei Arap Ruto has been warned about what is in store for him. According to City Attorney Ndegwa Njiru, if President Ruto's administration doesn't ensure Kenyans' security, there will be protests. Considering that nobody is indispensable, he continued, president Ruto might be asked to step down.
"@skmusyoka KENYANS We SHOULD DEMONSTRATE and let NABII @WilliamsRuto know that KAZI YA WIZI SI KAZI if his administration is unable to provide our SECURITY. We'll demand his resignation. Nobody is indispensable, and we cannot compromise on our security. #SECURITYNOW." Ndegwa Njiru, a city attorney, tweeted this
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