The Head of State President William Ruto had eatliet said that the ban on the mitumba clothes will kill the local business and increase the cost of lives of he local people. Ruto vehemently opposed Raila's campaign strategy as he tells him to stop threatening mitumba sellers. They went to Gikombaa market where they told off the former prime minister.
Approximately 50 days after the William Ruto took over as the President of the Republic of Kenya, and about 3 days after Moses Kuria was sworn in as the Cabinet secretary of trade and investments, the government released new information through the cabinet secretary. Moses Kuria has changed the tune of Kenya Kwanza as he now says they are going to ban the Mitumba clothes.
William Ruto and Raila Odinga have been reading different scripts speciespeciallyecent times when Ruto said they are going to introduce GMOs. Interesting times are ahead as Kenyans are expecting to see how
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