Big promises: Low cost of living as President William Ruto reign begins

Kenyans will be expecting the cost of living to come down very soon as Kenya’s 5th president, Dr William Samoei Ruto and his deputy Rigathi Gachagua took their oaths of office at a colourful ceremony on September 13 at the Kasarani Sports Complex, Nairobi.

The event attended by more than 20 African heads of states and governments, saw Dr Ruto promise to cut the cost of living. He singled out the cost of maize flour staple.

He pledged to cut the prices of fertilizer to Sh3,500 down from Sh6,500. The president said the stocks will be expected in the country next week.

On Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA), he said he will expect a professional, efficient and citizen friendly KRA.

Dr Ruto promised to appoint a taskforce to collect views on how to address the concerns around the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) program of education.

He added that his government will add Sh3bn to the Judiciary Fund for the next 5 years.

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