The Kenya Kwanza government has already sparked heated debate among Kenyans, and according to some, it has only been in place for six days since President William Ruto took office. President William Ruto, on the other hand, will be forced to swim in the oil he prepared.
The Azimio La Umoja Team MPs stormed Kamukunji, and leaders encouraged Kenyans to borrow from the Hustler Fund and not pay it back. "Tutakula hiyo pesa na hatulipi, hatulipi," says legislator Dennis. Denno from Mukuru Kwa Njenga addresses the Azimio Kamukunji meeting. He is supposed to represent young people. "Baba Ukisema Ninunue Kamba Nijinyonge, Nitajinyonga," Denno added. He stated this.
President William Ruto, his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua, and other Azimio La Umoja Team leaders are present. What will this money help us with? Angrily, Kenyans remaining are talking about the MPs who are talking about Ruto's project, the Hustler Fund project, and how they will borrow the money and pay it back in less than 14 days.
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