Since William Ruto took over Presidency, he has been in office for more than 50 days and is quickly closing in on 100 days. Before the recently concluded August general election, Ruto had made several promises about what he intended to do within the first 100 days and now, Kenyans are watching him closely.
Well, before we reach those 100 days, today Kenyans were told that their President has been working hard because he managed to attend 126 meetings in only 60 days. That is something that caused plenty of reactions in the country with the latest one to react being Alinur Mohamed.
Through his official twitter account, Alinur Mohamed stated by hailing William Ruto as he started that the Head of State has proved that he means business because it is not a joke to attend 126 meetings in just 2 months.
Alinur Mohamed though went ahead to ask President William Ruto to show the Nation the outcomes of his meetings because Kenyans want results, not just actions that are not helping to solve the high cost of living puzzle that is in the country.
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