Government Spokesperson Cyrus Oguna has lauded Kenyans on how they conducted themselves before, during and after the just concluded 2022 General Elections. Taking to the official social media pages, Oguna noted that Kenyans maintained peace during the polls which saw no one holding any serious demonstration as compared to the previous polls.
The government Spokesperson Oguna has called upon kenyans to make sure they stay calm and peaceful after the IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati declared the deputy president of Kenya, honorable William Ruto as the President elect. Photo :Courtesy In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the deputy president of Kenya managed to beat the former prime Minister of Kenya and Orange Democratic Movement party leader, honorable Raila Odinga after getting 50% of the total votes.
After the IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati named Kenya's deputy president, honorable William Ruto, as the next president, the government spokeswoman, Oguna, urged Kenyans to maintain their composure and peace. According to a news report supplied by a trustworthy source, the vice president of Kenya defeated honorable Raila Odinga, the former prime minister of Kenya and head of the Orange Democratic Movement party, after receiving 50% of the total votes.
Kenyans have received praise for their behavior before, during, and after the just completed 2022 General Elections from government spokesperson Cyrus Oguna.Taking to the official social media accounts, Oguna stated that compared to the previous elections, no one seriously demonstrated throughout the voting process, showing that Kenyans preserved peace.Regarding the impending legal dispute that is anticipated in light of Azimio's threat to file a lawsuit contesting Ruto's victory, Oguna acknowledged the significance of such procedures and argued that everyone who feels wronged has a right to seek redress.
After IEBC President Wafula Chebukati named Kenyan Vice President Hon William Ruto as the next President, Government Spokesman Oguna urged Kenyans to keep calm and calm. According to news from a reliable source, the Vice President of Kenya defeated the Honorable Raila Odinga, former Prime Minister of Kenya and leader of the Orange Democratic Movement party, after winning 50% of the total vote.
Government Spokesperson Oguna has called upon kenyans to make sure they stay calm and wait for the final announcement from the IEBC in the midst of the ongoing Presidential election vote counting process. Photo :Courtesy According to the reports given by Oguna, he claimed that it was so unfortunate that most people are currently sharing fake news all the time instead of waiting for the actual results from the IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati
Kenya's deputy president, honorable William Ruto, was announced by IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati as the country's new leader. The government spokeswoman, Oguna, urged Kenyans to remain calm and peaceful after the announcement. The vice president of Kenya defeated honorable Raila Odinga, the former prime minister of Kenya and leader of the Orange Democratic Movement party, after winning 50% of the total votes, according to a news report provided by a reliable source.
On Friday, government spokesman Cyrus Oguna urged Kenyans to avoid being misinformed, disillusioned, or manipulated by hate speech. He urged people to stop the practice by reminding those who engage in it that Kenya is bigger than any one of them. He urged political leaders and others "to deliver truthful and unambiguous signals of calm to their supporters and not indulge in incendiary rhetoric or announcements that have the potential to produce tension and bad emotions."
The cost of living has gone high in the country; it's very hard to find a commodity that can be bought by even Ksh 5. Bread, which used to cost 2 cents per loaf, now costs up to Ksh 80. Martha Karua said that she bought a loaf of bread for Ksh 80 during the deputy presidential debate.
Government Spokesman Cryrus Oguna(photo courtesy) Despite the latest announcement by the government on reduction of Maize flour price from Ksh 205 to Ksh 100 , some traders have decided not to hid the instructions claiming that they will incur loses. Confirming this , government spokesman Cyrus Oguna have stated that these traders will now be in problem as the government will prosecute them.
Kenya is a lower-middle income economy. Although Kenya's economy is the largest and most developed in eastern and central africa, 16.1% of its population lives below the international poverty line. This severe poverty is mainly caused by economic inequality, government corruption and health problems.
Soon and very soon, President Uhuru Kenyatta will be going home for retirement but until this moment, some Kenyans have been wishing that the constitution could have allowed him to vie for another time because he has done really well since taking over the country's leadership. The bad thing is that some of the people in President Uhuru Kenyatta's government have been letting him down because of their corruption scandals and other dirty deeds.
As the nation makes its final push toward the August 9 General Elections, government spokesman Cyrus Oguna has urged political leaders to champion peace for Kenyans. In a statement released on Sunday, Oguna noted that in recent weeks, leaders have expressed "strong and impressionable" sentiments that threaten the county's peace.
A few days after the Kenyan government declared that the cost of fuel will not change, it was discovered that Kenyan gasoline is less expensive than that of Tanzania and Uganda.Photo:Courtesy According to a news report shared by a dependable source of information, a liter of gasoline costs Ksh.
According to the government Spokesperson Cyrus Oguna, the government has started fresh talks with the millers to ensure a 2kg packet of Unga goes for Ksh 100. According to Oguna, the government doesn't have money to subsidize further rather the government is in talks to have retailers purchase Unga on credit.
Even as the government enlisted retailers to participate in the Sh8 billion subsidy program, Nyumba Kumi elders and chiefs will monitor maize flour prices across the country to ensure shops sell at recommended rates. The President chastised politicians for politicising unga prices and the high cost of living.
Cyrus Oguna, the spokesperson for the government, has urged prominent figures to refrain from using abusive language. The leaders are seen as champions of peace by many Kenyans, according to Oguna, who made the claim in a statement on Sunday. "I'm making a plea to you all.
As the country picks up its final sprint to the August 9 general elections, government spokesman Cyrus Oguna has appealed to political front leaders to fight for peace for Kenyans. In his statement on Sunday, Oguna stressed that in recent weeks, the leaders have engaged in "strong and impressionable" feelings against each other that are threatening peace in the county.
The government spokesperson Cyrus Oguna has stated that traders caught selling 2kg packet of Unga above 100 shillings will be arrested and prosecuted. This is after President Uhuru Kenyatta ordered the price of Unga to be dropped to 109 shillings following an agreement meeting with the investors. Oguna also claimed that the government has released enough funds to compensate and cushion the small-scale traders from getting losses.
Speaking to the press, the government spokesman Cyrus Oguna hinted that the country is facing shortage of rain in about 23 counties for the last two or three seasons. Over about three million Kenyans are facing food shortages and are seeking to be given food assistance. Oguna has said that the government has come up with ways to help Kenyans who are facing food shortage by providing them with physical food and also cash transfers.