Can Ruto and his Thinktank David Ndii Read their own Manifesto for Kenyans?

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On power bills, we have two choices. Costly power available 24/7, or cheap power available a few hours a day, like SA. If you cared to peruse our manifesto, you would have noted that cheap power does not feature in our pledges on electricity.”

Dr. David Ndii

Lying to 45 million Kenyans is not an easy job we know that. But can Ruto and his boy Ndii try to navigate it a little better? Ruto can’t handle the economy. He cannot handle the debt problem.

All thieves who stole billions from the KRA are now jumping and dancing because the new State House guy is their best friend. They don’t have to pay any taxes owed and nothing from here on.

Well, everything has consequences. A broke government can be very dangerous for everybody including themselves and their clients.

Adongo Ogony is a Kenyan Human Rights Activist and a Writer who lives in Toronto, Canada

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