William Ruto and his deputy Rigathi Gachagua are up to task to make Kenyans have affordable cost of living.Just the other day, William Ruto toured Mukuru to check on the progress of the Government's affordable housing projects that will see Kenyans own their houses through cheaper mortgages.In the next few weeks, kenyans hope that the cost of petrol and electricity will drop drastically too.
Raila Odinga and Uhuru Kenyatta had come up with the Building Bridges Initiative that was opposed by Ruto and his allies.The document did not find its way after court throwing it out thus leaving Uhuru and Raila dissapointed.
Seemingly, William Ruto who opposed it is now implementing it in silence.Azimio's Kipruto Arap Kirwa has accused the president of implementing the document through the back door.He has sited the recent nomination of Musalia Mudavadi as Chief Minister that was anchored in the document among other proposals in the document. The Taifa Leo Newspaper has also hinted about the same.
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