The Kenya Kwanza government under the leadership of president William Ruto and his Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua is getting messy and Kenyans have lost their trust completely on president William Ruto. His promises have become hit air and the rate at which corruption cases are being dropped has raised eyebrows.
Well according to senior council Otiende Amollo, "Stop These Diversionary Tactics, Gachagua Is NOT Treasury, CBK, Controller Of Budget, Auditor General, DCI, AG, DPP et al. This Regime Can’t Meet Any Promise, So They Try To Focus On Witch-hunt! This Unprecedented Effort Won’t End Well! All The Looters Have Had Their Cases Withdrawn & Loot Returned Since Your Regime Came In! Lecture The Birds!" He warned.
Well president William Ruto has been put on spot and Kenyans are completely tired with the high cost of living. With time moving with speed and anxiety growing among Kenyans president William Ruto will have no choice but up his game.
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