President William Ruto and his allies have been asked by Siaya County Governor James Orenga to quit making hollow promises. The top legal counsel stated that Kenyans are waiting for the Hustlers administration to keep every promise that it made to them during the election campaign, while speaking in Siaya.
"This government shouldn't manipulate our thoughts. It's time to examine their operation. They will take full responsibility now that they are in charge. Make them employees of Kenyans. We must view it. said James Orengo.
In the petition Odinga filed following the general elections in August, Orengo served as the principal attorney. They intended to file a lawsuit to have Ruto's victory overturned. Just a few minutes later, Siaya's newly elected governor, James Orengo, sent a late message to President William Ruto, asking him to attach the promises he made to Kenyans during the campaign.
Governor James Orengo was an unpopular politician who had been ruling Siaya County as sanator until the 2022 elections, when he decided to run for governor, and he eventually won. Orengo has also been struggling to defend Azimio's justice after the Supreme Court ruled the Presidency case was unjust, despite Mr. Orengo's efforts. Now Mr President we agreed the defeated but this time we want to see your agenders that you promised kenyans during Campaign Time .
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