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Wanyonyi To Ruto: It Is Time To Deal With Raila And Do A Way With Him Once And For All

By Alex Weke

Webuye East Member of Parliament ,Hon.Martin Wanyonyi,has asked President William Ruto to ignore opposition leader Raila Odinga over his mass action rally dated March 20.

Speaking today during the launch of tertiary bursary in his constitiency,the lawmaker said that opposition leader Raila Odinga has for a long time disrupted the presidents of this nation since the independence.

"I want to urge our president William Ruto to deal with Raila once and for all and allow him to back up his belongings to Bondo", he said.

He added: "Kenyans need development but not for demonstration,at this moment we should put more energy on the revival of the economy of this nation", the legislator stated.

Opposition leader on Thursday last week,announced a programme of mass action ,including civil disobedience and demonstration to protest alleged fraud in the 2022 elections that propelled Ruto into power and demand electoral reforms a head of the 2027 polls.

Odinga cited the President's perceived control of Parliament and the Judiciary and ethnically skewed public service appointments among their grievances.

However,President William Ruto said that Kenya is a country governed by the rule of law and no one was above the law.

The Head of state urged opposition leader Raila Odinga to liase with police over the planned demonstrations.

The lawmaker allocated Ksh 13.298 m to 230 institutions across the country to facilitate fee for tertiary needy students from Webuye East.

"As a way of transparency the list of beneficiaries is a valuable on our CDF notice board. Cheques have also been send to respective universities for portal upload", he said.

He added: " I call upon the county government and office of the MCA to support students who were unable to get bursary to enable them continue with education", he said.

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