bottom up • Cabinet ministers and key secretaries should take President William Ruto’s “tongue-in-cheek about how well they are doing,” advises Muriti Kinaw. “If the information doesn’t come from the top, we can get it from the bottom,” he says, which will be the true spirit of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance’s bottom-up management approach.his contact is [email protected].
looting • Denise Wangbua argues that tough debates on government corruption are ‘just a PR stunt’. Some, he said, got big jobs because they were from “the two communities that are said to have the largest share” in government, or because they paid bribes. “The situation is even more confusing and I don’t know how far the loot is being shared.” [email protected].
wrong strategy • Kennedy Mokabo says cutting fertilizer costs is not necessarily the answer to the rising cost of living. Furthermore, he added: “My bit of economics would say that we can subsidize production rather than consumption. The cost of fuel is high, but farmers are using more fuel to produce food. is that the cost of living is still much higher.” His contact information is [email protected].
pension crisis • Benjamin Kibias thinks the parliamentarian’s proposal to lower the retirement age for civil servants from 60 to 50 is a big joke. He asked, “Unless there is a sinister motive behind this idea, how can a failed government pay the pensions of all those who must retire to follow it?” I am asking. We are keenly watching. ” His contact information is [email protected].
prosecutor doctor • Although he does not question the credit of the University of Mount Kenya for awarding ICC prosecutor Karim Khan an honorary doctorate in law, Henry Ruhiu does question the decision. “What great things he did for Kenya? We only learned of him when he represented current President Ruto in his trial at the ICC in The Hague. was.” His contact information is [email protected].
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