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Itumbi Explains What Ruto Has Been Doing at State House Between 6.30 a.m.-9.00 p.m.

Dennis Itumbi, a digital strategist, has allegedly revealed what President William Ruto has been doing in State House from 6 a.m. to late at night.

Itumbi stated on Twitter via Citizen TV that the Head of State usually begins his meetings at 6.30 a.m. and ends them at the latest at 9.00 p.m.

According to Itumbi, the goal of these meetings is usually to find solutions in the shortest amount of time possible. According to Itumbi, given the state of the economy that former President Uhuru Kenyatta left behind, it will take a lot of effort from Ruto to try to revive it. "Most of the time. The President holds his first meeting at 6.30 a.m. and his last meeting at 9 p.m. A meeting in the William Ruto State House can end at 1pm. Everyone wants the engagement, listening, and actions to happen as soon as possible. "The mess must have been very deep because the correction is requiring a lot of effort," Itumbi speculated.

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