Jeremiah Kioni, secretary general of the Jubilee party, criticized Ruto's government after the ruling party's first 100 days in office. The Ruto administration has come under scrutiny for failing to keep its pledges, particularly when it comes to lowering living costs.
The Jubilee party's secretary general, Jeremiah Kioni, asserts that Ruto's administration is one among those that will serve a single term. Based on his first 100 days in office, Kioni claimed that Ruto's government won't have a chance to hold onto power for a second term.
Given the direction we have seen over the last 100 days, I am confident that this is a one-term government, Kioni said.
Many Kenyans laughed aloud at Jeremiah Kioni's confession, especially those who back President William Ruto. Kenyan replies are listed below in conflict.
Do you think the Kenyan people would continue to support President William Ruto's administration after the first five years?
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