Kenyans are closely observing each and every move the Kwanza government of Kenya, led by President William Ruto and his Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, makes. Governor Kawira Mwangaza of Meru recently visited with President William Ruto and his Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua in Embu and asked them to assist in breaking the deadlock.
Governor Kawira Mwangaza, however, has little reason to be happy now that the MCA has once more reinstated her impeachment. The governor of MCA claims that Kawira Mwangaza must resign and that there would be no further discussion. She has been charged with being arrogant and obstinate.
Some Kenyans claim that they warned against the risk of market intervention in a free market. However, because hustler fund is draining the government, Mpesa to bank and vice versa transactions have now been reinstated. It was a mistake for Kawira Mwangaza to rely on Ruto for assistance.
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