“I became President to change My Country Kenya,” Ruto tells Kenyans

President William Ruto has reaffirmed the government’s unwavering commitment to executing transformative projects in Kenya. Despite facing criticism, he remains resolute in his mission to enhance the lives of Kenyans through various initiatives.

Speaking at the Anglican Church of Kenya Emmanuel Church in Bahati, Nairobi, President Ruto reiterated his dedication to the country’s transformation.

“I am unperturbed by the criticism directed at me as long as I stay focused on Kenya’s future,” he asserted. “Assuming the presidency wasn’t about acquiring a title; it was about effecting change in Kenya.”

In a parallel development, Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro has assured citizens of government interventions aimed at alleviating the high cost of living and reducing reliance on food imports.

Chairing the National Assembly Committee on Budget, Ndindi Nyoro disclosed increased budgetary allocations to provide affordable agricultural inputs like seeds and fertilizers, with the aim of bolstering food production and curbing imports.

Highlighting the staggering annual expenditure of Kes.100 billion on importing edible oils, Nyoro noted government efforts to promote local production through the distribution of sunflower and canola seeds.

Additionally, the Kiharu legislator underscored the government’s determination to dismantle monopolies within the energy sector to improve efficiency and expand electricity access nationwide.

He outlined plans to liberalize the sale of meters by permitting certified retailers to distribute them, thereby ensuring broader access to electricity for more Kenyans.