An interview with a local television station featuring renowned lawyer Danstan Omari, City attorney praised President William Ruto for standing out among his immediate predecessors, Uhuru Kenyatta, Mwai Kibaki, and the late former president Daniel Arap Moi. Omari claims that the president is a dedicated worker whose approaches are very different from those of his predecessors.
He claimed that Ruto reports to his desk at least five minutes before the start of his daily responsibilities, giving him plenty of time to carefully supervise his work.
"We have a president who is a complete opposite of all the former presidents, he is a president who reports to work at his desk latest by 5,am in the morning up to very late." Lawyer Danstan said.
He clarified that by using effective time management techniques, the head of state can supervise several projects while traveling to multiple locations throughout a single day. He asserted many of Kibaki's duties were handled by members of his Cabinet, and Uhuru simply made technical appearances when he was available. Omari emphasized that Ruto would run the country extremely differently.
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