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Kenya will be unrecognizable in Ten years; President Ruto

President William Ruto declares that Kenya will undergo a transformation within the next ten years and will be unrecognizable.

Speaking during the official opening of the second annual Kenya Diaspora Investment Conference (KDIC), at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) on Wednesday, Ruto said Kenya will undergo serious transformation.

“I am very confident about Kenya and its future. Kenya is going to change; take it from me, 10 years from today, people will come to Kenya and they will not recognize it. We would have transformed this country in a very fundamental way,” he said.

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In addition, President Ruto emphasized the need for intentional and deliberate actions, challenging the country’s leadership to move beyond empty promises.

“All leaders in Kenya know what should be done, but it never gets done; so this time round we are going to be intentional and deliberate because we must do it,” President Ruto stated.

“It is going to take difficult and smart decisions; I promise you we are very well underway in making sure that we change our country,” he added.

The three-day event themed “Tujenge Kenya; Bridging Borders, Building Futures,” at KICC aims to showcase investment opportunities across various sectors to members of the diaspora. 

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