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With little accountability or transparency, Africa has been Bill Gates’s pet project since starting the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in 2000. To date, Gates has committednearly $29 billion in grants towards topics including family planning, climate change, agriculture development, polio, malaria, public health, mRNA vaccine development, and now a lifetime Digital Identification program in Kenya known as Maisha Namba.Following a series of “closed-door meetings,” Gates will support Kenyan President William Ruto as the nation upgrades its ID system to enable it to conform with global requirements and align it to a digital economy that is long overdue, according to remarks by Immigration and Citizen Services Principal Secretary Julius Bitok. Earlier this year, Gates established a Sub-regional office in Nairobi, solidifying and strengthening his alliance with the Kenyan government.Less than a year ago, George Soros-backed Ruto hosted Gates at State House, Nairobi, where he announced that his government would collaborate with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to realize food security and universal health coverage. Which, with the latest digital ID news, will undoubtedly be tracked with the new digital ID system. Ruto, noting how privileged he was to host billionaire business mogul Gates, remarked in November 2022:“We appreciate the support the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation continues to extend to Kenya in realizing our developmental goals, especially in the areas of healthcare, agriculture, and the ICT sectors.We will continue to collaborate towards the realization of food security and universal health coverage in our country.”

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