If the proposed modifications to the constitution are ratified, ODM leader Raila Odinga will enjoy three specific benefits from the government. According to the Daily Nation's investigation, President William Ruto has given his blessing to the plan to establish the position of Prime Minister.
After coming in second place in August's presidential election, Ruto reportedly feels ready to grant him the perks that come with the position. Meeting participants from Kenya Kwanza PG stated Monday that one of the perks will be public money to assist him in his monitoring role.
During the meeting, Raila proposed and Ruto consented that he be given authority to appoint important monitoring agencies and be given an annual address to Parliament. Our superior has also instructed us to initiate a review of the Constitution; the bill proposing this review may be introduced at any time, even during tomorrow's Special Sitting "MP Reveals Itself
"It's a give and take," he told the paper, "with the Azimio side getting a government-funded Leader of the Opposition office, the senators getting an oversight fund, and the members of parliament getting NG-CDF and the National Government Affirmative Action Fund (NGAAF), all of which are written into the Constitution.
The daily was told that Ruto feels he will boost the opposition by approving the request, which was first submitted by a technical team from Azimio. Amid Raila's public attacks on his leadership and threats to topple his government, this news comes as a shock.
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