The republic of Kenya is being governed by the Jubilee government that was made by the incumbent President, Uhuru Mwigai Kenyatta and the incumbent deputy President, William Somoei Ruto, over 8 years ago after the two leaders decided to make a common party. The coalition is ruling the country for two consecutive terms since it came to power in August 2013 through the majority of the election votes in the 2013 general elections.
However, the Jubilee government has been termed as one of the failing governments in the country as compared to the former governments of the late President Daniel Torotich Arap Moi and President Mwai Kibaki. This is because the government has not been able to make the country's economy stable and so far there are a lot of corruption cases in the country. Also under the Jubilee regime, the country is witnessing a lot of debts from world bank and other foreign countries like France and China.
This has made the living standards of the people in the country to deteriorate because majority of them can not afford the frequent rise of prices on the basic commodities. For this reason, the country needs an able leader who will be able to fix the country's economy and all the problems that are haunting the country. Personally, I think the former deputy Prime Minister, Musalia Mudavadi, is the right person for this job. This is because Musia is a humble leader and free corrupted person in nature.
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