The Kenya Kwanza government is already causing heated debate among Kenyans and according to some Kenyans now waking up to reality of there August decisions. Well president William Ruto has sebt out morning strong warning message to opposition Raila Odinga and others organising demonstration.
According to him, President William Ruto, "I want to tell our brothers in the opposition; criticize whenever you want, but let’s keep our country peaceful. Don’t drive Kenyans against one another." He warned.
This comes as he also added that, "We’ll invest Ksh 40B in the digital superhighway to facilitate universal broadband connectivity across Kenya, by constructing 100,000 km of mainly last-mile fibre-optic networks across the country." He promised again. But according to some Kenyans,
"Who drives Kenya aganist one another? So the appointment units? Why did the courts stop the vetting of PSs? You guys are the one forcing Kenyans to divide Raila will simply help you to achieve it."
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