The Kenya Kwanza government under the leadership of president William Ruto and his Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua have depleted their first 100 days in the office and they are not enjoying at the moment. President William Ruto over promised during the campaigns and things are not good at all.
DAP-K party leaders including former CS Defense Wamalwa have raised serious concerns about the Kenya Kwanza government. Well IEBC, ODPP and Judiciary have been accused of dancing the same tune with the excutive. According to former CS Defense Wamalwa has stated that they are hearing office of first lady and first daughter soon it will be office of first cousin and Kenyans must take this matters seriously.
His remarks come days after Wamunyinyi lost the Bungoma gubernatorial seat to Ford Kenya party candidate. Moses Wetangula win big but bow time for awarding ko3is over and Nordin Haji and CJ Martha Koome are on spot for dancing the same tune with William Ruto.
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