Political muscle continues to tear the country apart and Kenyans are anxiously waiting to see what happens to President William Ruto and Vice President Rigathi Gachagua. Kenya’s Kwanza government is shaking and facing confusion as President William Ruto’s government promises.
Vice President Rigathi Gachagua is giving Kenyans some hard work before they tarnish the reputation of the Kenyan Kwanza government. Vice President Rigathi Gachagua has been fighting against scandals targeting Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja.
Vice President Rigathi Gachagua has now vowed to go after close allies of former President Uhuru Kenyatta, Fred Matiangi, Home Affairs Minister PS Karanja Kibicho and many others on charges of facilitating state capture. Gachagua who recently said he is a beggar because Uhuru and his men have destroyed this country. According to him, it is time to face the music. It is going to be a tough moment for many as Gachagua keeps going for them fearlessly.
In other news, President William Ruto has delivered good news to Police Officers on matters their insurance cover. The president is keen on improving the terms of service of all police officers in the country who are faced with different challenges.
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The president has also announced that two police hospitals are complete and will be available for use once they are equipped. The president is determined to serve the country decisively on matters that concern them all through.
President Ruto has been keen on ensuring that matters that affect police officers takes centre stage. The president has remained firm on police reforms and more so in ending matters extrajudicial killings.
President Ruto is of the view that the challenges experienced by ordinary citizens in the police service ought to come to an end. It’s a fact that most police officers have not seen a revision of their salaries for a decade now. It’s a matter that president Ruto is keenly addressing since his election as president. It’s a fact that most police officers have not seen a revision of their salaries for a decade now. It’s a matter that president Ruto is keenly addressing since his election as president.