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Even as the Kenya Kwanza government continues to enjoy its time in office, many Kenyans are reportedly said to be suffering on the grounds. More speculations continue rising and plan to kick out the president from office pick their pace.
However, It has come out clear that the Kenya Kwanza party flag bearer is in a dilemma of whether his solid grounds in the last general elections would still stand with him in the coming election. More reactions from Kenyans continue to hit the minds of news reporters over demonstrations due to the high cost of living.
The Kikuyu residents have made it clear that the Kenya Kwanza coalition government must consider what they had promised Kenyans and that if they continue slaking, plans to frustrate William Ruto's administration will kick off immediately. This comes after the president is said to have allowed the LGTBQ in the country for registration to take place. This angered many Kenyans leading to viral reactions.
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