Ruto Speaks After Raila Odinga Rated His First 100 Days In Office

Raila Odinga, the head of Azimio la Umoja criticized President William Ruto for his performance during his first 100 days in office. President Ruto has responded.

The opposition is doing a good job of carrying out its responsibility of checking and balancing the administration, according to President Ruto, who made the statement on Sunday, December 25, during an interdenominational Christmas service in Uasin Gishu.

The Head of State underlined his dedication to keeping his word and creating a better country.

“I want to Kenyans to assist me in fostering the country. I am addressing the issues in government with the elected leaders, and I am pleased that the opposition is addressing issues on their side.

“I can tell they’re trying to correct us, but that’s OK. They’ve given us grades, which is good and the right course of action. I am happy that there is an opposition fighting for Kenyans, and I promise them that we are prepared to do our part to help the country advance. President Ruto said.

The President explained why his priorities seem to have stopped since taking office by saying that he first focused on the struggling economy in order to put the country on a strong financial basis. The foundation is just as crucial as our goals. And because of that, I’ve decided to start building before I do anything else.

“We are all aware of the numerous difficulties facing our economy. We were paying off loans with 65% of our tax revenue. And for that reason, I’ve maintained that the debt foundation must end quickly. First in charge gave an explanation.

He also urged the opposition to hold off on criticizing the administration until the economy had stabilized.


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