The Kenya Kwanza government under the leadership of president William Ruto and his Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua is causing a lot if confusion with cabinet Secretary's becoming more controversial than any other government this country has ever. Time is moving with speed and tension is building across the country with majority now wandering how things will end up.
Well time is moving with speed and CS Agriculture Mithika Linturi has called Kenyans to ignore Moses Kuria remarks on Importantion of maize. According to Mwalimu Dida has reacted to the move and according to him, "With these kind of characters, Ruto's 100 days in office shall read like a drunkard's eulogy. Aisha Jumwa lifting Disco Matanga ban might actually be the biggest achievement of UDA govt in 100 days. If they arm chiefs, villagers Kwisha!"
The holy spirit has landed and all disciples are confused. They are speaking in different languages. This cabinet needs masculine men. President William Ruto has a tough task hiding behind the church was a big mistake.
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