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Sheila Nkirote
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Is the current government onto something ?

What are the implications of President Ruto’s hands-on leadership style, which some describe as decisive and others view as micromanaging, on the autonomy of government officials and the effectiveness of policy implementation in Kenya?

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36.36%Yes and Why ( 4 voters )
54.55%No and Why ( 6 voters )
9.09%Maybe and Why ( 1 voter )
Based On 11 Votes

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1 Her Answer

  1. The general sense of trust and belief in government is at an all time low. Listen to the ground. Read the papers. Watch news. It's all there for you to see. When the same people who voted for and were bold supporters of this regime are crying foul, it can not be otherwise.

    The general sense of trust and belief in government is at an all time low. Listen to the ground. Read the papers. Watch news. It’s all there for you to see. When the same people who voted for and were bold supporters of this regime are crying foul, it can not be otherwise.

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1 Him Answer

  1. Once the vote is cast, it is time to let the government do it's thing or live with the consequences. The recent visit to the USA has created so much buzz, even more than any project thebpresident can be said to have done. So far there's no vote of confidence but he has three more years to prove himsRead more

    Once the vote is cast, it is time to let the government do it’s thing or live with the consequences. The recent visit to the USA has created so much buzz, even more than any project thebpresident can be said to have done.

    So far there’s no vote of confidence but he has three more years to prove himself and turn things around. So much happens in a short time and he also has some great support from people with ideas.

    He has time to work but there’s soo much talk and no action so people are fed up and may not bring him back for a second term. Regardless, we will have lost 5 whole years that could change millions of lives in Kenya.

    Let’s wait and see how this pens out.

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