When government leader's retire, they do receive hefty packages from government as a reward for the service they gave to the country. To some, the packages are too many to point of enjoying their benefits like a salary.
However, it has been revealed that the packages that many leaders have been receiving may be slashed down as MP's push for a review on the amendment bill to the retirement benefits. Those people who wil be highly hit include the Deputy President Dr. William Ruto, the Senate and National Assembly Speaker's, former Chief Justice and his Deputy, Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka among many other leader's.
It is said that the Deputy President benefits will be the one that will be highly reduced since he was to receive a huge lump sum equal to a one year salary which he has been getting while in office. The National Assembly Constitutional Implementation Oversight Committee (CIOC) terms Ruto's expected benefits as too much and hence the need to review.
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