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Shollei Admits Difficulty To Bring Kenya On Track, Calls Opposition To Critic Gov't Policies.

The Kenya kwanza government is now two weeks old. The president has been trying to resuscitate the economy that was hit by Covid- 19 and the Russia- Ukraine war.

After taking office, the president ordered the removal of fuel subsidies, making the prices of fuel slightly rise.

He has also ordered the procurement of subsidized fertilizers to farmers across the country.

The Azimo la Umoja one Kenya alliance has put the government on notice to explain how the fertilizer was procured.

Uasin Gishu women representative, Hon Gladys Boss Shollei has come to the defense of the Kenya kwanza government.

She admits that the country is down economically, but further claims that necessary steps will be undertaken to bring it back on track.

Hon Shollei posed "Government is rightly expected to fulfill its manifesto, there is a corresponding role for those it governs. There are going to be difficult but necessary measures taken to get Kenya back on track. The counterpart of constructive criticism is the support of sound government policies".

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Azimo la Umoja Kenya Shollei Uasin Gishu


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