RUTO VS CITIZEN. 5 REASONS RUTO WONT FIGHT CITIZEN TV



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5 REASONS RUTO WILL NOT KILL CIRIZEN TV (BUSINESS)
Kenya is among the many emerging countries that seek to grow its employment levels by growing the private sector, this being the biggest employer in the world, the president elect will not risk punishing a private media company with the largest number of employees in the economy, unless they did more that air bias reviews in the favor of his main opponent former prime minister RAila amolo odinga.
By doing this ruto would risk among others his reelection in the year 2027, his support from the church and a revolt from the Kenyan people in protection to business which was the key model of governance that got him elected.
Here are five legal and non-legal factors that protect Kenyans from such a move.
1. 1 FREE TRADE AREA.
Kenya is among many business economies that have thrived because of the freedom of pricing, target market and business legal freedoms. Unlike some economies that strict levels of equity, For this Kenyans are free to work and spend their money freely however they see fit, This has played out to the emergence of economic classes and most businesses are set up with different target markets, this are mainly hospitals, schools, public transport train coaches, buses and many more. For this reason pushing citizen out of business may be a disadvantage to the country and the big business as they would not work to serve but work to please the president.
2. INVESTOR SCARE.
Investors are like children, free to roam with no sense of responsibility until their rights are limited. If ruto moves and pushes citizen or the entire royal media cervices out of business illegally, most investors will free the country in search of greener pastures. This will weigh down the country’s economy due to sharp raises in unemployment, making the taxable population that he promised during his campaigns rapidly shrink thus making the country ungovernable.
3. BRAIN DRAIN.
With no investors, many young people highly educated and with the potential to propel this country to grater heights, will seek self-development in countries more accommodating to their skills. This will leave the country in dia need for services and products, but with no facilities nor the manpower to be utilized.
4. Tax man.
Just like a father is regarded highly when his wife and children succeed or look to be doing well, the Presidency of any country comes With it Major responsibilities and reputational regards to uphold in the international arena. With no working population, no employers and a week tax contribution into the countries budget, William Samoe Ruto will stop his growth or chances of ever attaining any respectable positions or appointments in the international Governance.
5. FREEDOM OF SPEECH.
As much us you love your children, it is allowable not to invite them for your birthday if they irritate you, of if you are to enjoy the millstone more without the critics. Kenya enacted Article 33 of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 - Freedom of Expression and it states that every person has the right to freedom of expression, which includes; freedom to seek, receive or impart information or ideas and freedom of artistic creativity and Academic freedom and freedom of scientific research. Buy blocking the Kenya media houses the president elect may risk stepping back 12 years of growth.
In our views the risks of blocking the media houses may be far more hurting to the very people the president promised to protect, this in conclusion may be a friendly check mate game to introduce himself officially to the media houses that greatly opposed his candidature.
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