Former Laikipia County Governor Ndiritu Muriithi has finally expressed his sentiments after leaving his position a few months ago. Raila concurred with Muriithi's written disclosure of Azimio's significant losses in the most recent election.
Uhuru Kenyatta, according to Muriithi, is unaware of the frustration and despair Kenyans feel due to the stagnation and degradation of the country's economy.
"A record high of 84% of persons have access to financial services, yet as the GDP rises, this wealth is decreasing. Despite the fact that Kenyans may be admiring a beautiful road, more people in Kenya now have financial security than they did five years ago "Ndiritu added.
The struggle, the ex-governor continued, results in Kenyans occasionally going without food and medicine, preventing them from saving for emergencies or making investments for the future, which affected the results of the most recent elections.
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