Bahati member of parliament Hon Kimani Ngunjiri warned president Kenyatta that DP William Ruto won't resign. He demands to know where he expected Ruto to go when Murathe and his team were chasing him from Jubilee. He tells him that it's too late now and openly ask him to break the Parliament and let them meet on the ground.Uhuru has been on receiving head from a section of DP William Ruto side after his latest remarks telling Ruto to resign for popularizing himself with government projects that he is opposing. The first to was react was Senator Kipchumba Murkomen who told him to lead by example then followed by Kikuyu MP hon Kimani Ichung'wa and now Kimani Ngunjiri.
Ngunjiri feels that Uhuru Kenyatta has nothing he can do now and he should expect dramatic turn of events once he breaks the parliament and each leader take his or her side.
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