United States Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken has spoken with President William Ruto.....CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

This is after the deadly protests against the Finance Bill that saw more than 16 people killed countrywide.

In a statement by the U.S.

in Nairobi, Blinken thanked Ruto for taking steps to reduce tensions and pledging to engage in dialogue with the protestors and civil society.

Blinken welcomed Ruto’s commitment to Kenyans’ constitutionally-endowed rights, including peaceful assembly and due process for those arrested.

On Wednesday, June 26,
Ruto announced

in a televised address at the State House that he won’t be signing the Finance Bill 2024.

The President said he has conceded and heard the will of the people.

During the address, the president was surrounded by allied members of Parliament.

The Finance Bill had been opposed by Kenyans across the country, this culminated with the storming of Parliament by protesters on Tuesday, June 25…CONTINUE READING>>

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