Photo Courtesy; President William with other leaders in a past action.
The enemy of President William Ruto has been finally named as Mutahi Ngunyi alleges an upcoming revolt against the Ruto's regime. The controversial political analyst has argued that the ultimate enemy of President William Ruto will be the people of Kenya over his economic models.
Ngunyi argues that Ruto's economic models are bold but not popular. He says that although the economics is driven by bold decisions, politics on the other hand is driven by popular choice.
In a nutshell, the analyst is saying that a revolt is likely to occur by the people of Kenya if the current regime fails to balance the two drivers of the country.
Ngunyi continues to argue that the masses are irrational and by by President Ruto removing subsidies, he is creating enemies.
Ruto has been vocal on the removal of the subsidies that was placed by ex President Uhuru Kenyatta to cushion Kenyans against harsh economic situation while arguing that they were politically motivated and does not serve the economy of the country right.
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