The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in first 100 days of president William Ruto. Time is moving with speed and anxiety is growing among Kenyans with majority shifting there attention to make sure that they are not left behind with developments being delivered by president William Ruto’s government.
Well Kenyans have neve witnessed a government that has ministers who are confused in a government like the what is happening between president William Ruto’s cabinet. Moses Kuria, Mithika Linturi, Aisha Jumwa and others have been making different renseks with some not even able to entail there roles.
According to Hon. Raila Odinga biggest ally of all time has told president William Ruto that his cabinet Secretary's are shaming this country and they even don't know what they are doing. Millie Odhiambo made it clear that President William Ruto government is a failing government and he needs to change things before changes are forced on him.
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