Arap Cherargei who is the senator for Nandi county and one of Kenya Kwanza allies today tweeted on his twitter page that If Kalonzo Musyoka was not busy dying his hair black he would know that handing over power is a constitutional duty. He should stop lecturing H.E Ruto on how to run govt & allow H.E Ruto to transform the country which has ailing economy created by Musyoka friends.
Otieno tweeted, "Nonsense Ruto was DP for 8yrs so he is not a new comer in running Govt.All indications point to the fact that Ruto has a false start so far. Simple one is on the issue on Fuliza. What Safaricom has done is simply is taking with the left hand and giving to the right hand."
Nyabwa tweeted, "Opposition is alternative gafmen and must hold the government in office accountable. That’s their job. Hit at the suggestions or insinuations, not the person or their intent cos this is a constitutional right given to the official opposition which gafmen funds (PPFund)."
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