Kenyan former commissioner of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission of Kenya(IEBC), Roselyn Kwamboka Akombe has informed of what Kenyans should expect after the ongoing drama within Jubilee.
Kwamboka has penned via her social media protesting against hard economic times which have even prompted the International Monetary Fund(IMF) to elevate Kenya’s debt profile from moderate to high putting her blame on the recent controversies within Jubilee.
The former Commissioner at the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission(IEBC), Akombe has asserted that the ongoing theatrics have more to do with the looming economic crisis.
Further revealing that Kenyans should be prepared after the drama within Jubilee to be told that personal interests have been put to an end and that a brand new team has been formed to deliver Kenyans to Canaan.
Warning Kenyans, Akombe has asserted that Kenyans should be aware that at the end of the end it is all about the survival of the royal families.
"The ongoing theatrics have more to do with the looming economic crisis. You will be told that personal interests have been put aside and a brand new team is in place to deliver you to Canaan! In the end, this is about the survival of the ‘royal family’ and #UpperDeckPeopleKE," Akombe asserted.
According to past remarks, former Prime Minister Raila Odinga had hinted out that Kenyans should be prepared for an economic recovery team which shall be kept in place post the coronavirus pandemic asserting that the team will be determined in coming up with the solution of reinstalling back what was lost during the pandemic period.
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