After hitting 100 days in the office, President William Ruto and his deputy Rigathi Gachagua were assessed by political pundits, kenyans and Kenya Kwanza counterpart Azimio la Umoja leaders who at large are unconvinced by how things are going.
Despite William Ruto's major projects like the Hustlers Fund, majority of kenyans feels Kenya Kwanza's government is far from achieving what William Ruto's political brigade had promised during the campaigning periods.
According to a publication done by the Saturday's standard, 72.27 per cent of kenyans felt unconvinced by President William Ruto's adminstration when it comes on addressing main issues facing ordinary kenyans.
The poll which was conducted by Onepulse and commissioned by the Standard suggested that Ruto is yet to address unemployment issues, expensive health care and cost of living.
The report as well faulted Ruto's move of acquiring loans from international countries alongside removing subsidies on fuel and unga, which are claimed to have aided in raising the coat of living.
Apparently with 72.27% seemed to be against Kenya Kwanza government, 27.24 % on the other hand felt President William Ruto and Rigathi Gachagua had delivered on their promises.
As per their responses, the government had done much in coming up with hustlers fund, funding the judiciary as well tightening international bonds.
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