Nonini apologises for supporting and championing Ruto

Nonini, a pioneer of genge music, has apologized to Kenyans for supporting the Kenya Kwanza administration. In a statement posted on social media, Nonini said that he regrets his support after seeing the direction that the country is taking under the new government.

Nonini’s apology comes as the Kenya Kwanza government commemorates its first year in power. The government has faced harsh criticism from Kenyans, with a recent survey showing that 53% of Kenyans believe the country is moving in the wrong direction.

The high cost of living and unemployment are the main reasons cited by Kenyans for believing that the country is headed in the wrong direction. These were also the main reasons cited by the opposition during their anti-government protests earlier this year.

In the survey, 89% of respondents said that the high cost of living is the reason why they believe Kenya is moving in the wrong direction. Unemployment was the second most common reason given.

Nonini’s apology is a reflection of the growing frustration among Kenyans with the Kenya Kwanza administration. The government has been unable to address the high cost of living and unemployment, which are two of the biggest challenges facing the country.

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