Kenya’s President William Ruto is under fire for using a private jet to travel to the US, but he insists it was a cheaper option.

He says some friends offered him the jet for a much lower price than reported.

However, this has sparked more criticism, with people questioning who these friends are and if it’s appropriate to accept such offers.

The presidency later clarified that the United Arab Emirates helped pay for the jet, citing it as a gesture of partnership between nations.

Despite Ruto’s defense, the debate continues, highlighting concerns over government spending and accountability.

Since Ruto took office, there have been increased taxes, causing further discontent among Kenyans. (Adapted from BBC)

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