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    Kenya is ready to import Russian petroleum.

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    President Ruto has said that he is reviewing all of his options, despite the fact that several nations have cut ties with Russia since its invasion of Ukraine.

    William Ruto has assured Kenyans that he is ready to purchase fuel from Russia.

    “I am now going to go on to the task of making sure that we have government-to-government ties that will gradually now begin the path to bring the cost of petroleum down.” Ruto remarked,

    The economic situation in Kenya is becoming worse, and as a result, the cost of necessities like food and fuel has gone through the roof.

    Ruto has justified his decision from the previous week to withdraw certain fuel subsidies despite the growing cost of fuel.

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