The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see how president William Ruto will deliver after dozens of promises he made slowly turning into hot air. President William Ruto has began procrastination with his promises as he is busy launching president Uhuru's projects that he left behind.
Anxiety is high among Kenyans and millons of Kenyans are now coming to realization of bitter truth that those leaders they elected were onlu after Power and they meant no good. Well with things Get worse for Many Kenyans, the ongoing security mess among Kenyans is another point of concern.
President William Ruto’s orders to go for DCI officers has elicited mixed reactions among Kenyans and according to some it is not wise. Well LSK president Eric Theuri has warned that there is danger ahead of president William Ruto continues attacking DCI. Interfere of president William Ruto with security forces is not good for these country even in future and Ruto needs to stop.
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