The Kenya Kwanza government under the leadership of president William Ruto and his Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua are determined to deliver there promises despite hard economic times. President William Ruto Ruto together with Rigathi Gachagua stated that they inherited a broke country and it will take them time to adjust.
According to Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru, "The DO,a Moi remnant @rigathi has no touch with KAMUKUNJI historical revolutions.Threatening Azimio supporters won't help.The Right To Self Determination , may be exercised by all Constitutional means necessary. @RailaOdinga @skmusyoka @HonWangari."
Well, time is moving with speed and anxiety is growing among Kenyans ahead of expected demonstrations. President William Ruto has now accused agriculture cartels for financing Hon. Raila Odinga to drag his economic plans. According to William Ruto claimed the rally, which he called a protest, is the brainchild of rogue players in the agriculture sector who are upset that his government is planning to weed toutcome. out.
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