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What KANU's William Kamket Said About Raila While Attending Church Service

Honorable William Kamket, a member of parliament from Tiati who was elected in the most recent general election, was one of the outspoken representatives from the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition team who attended a thanksgiving church service in Baringo county that was attended by President Ruto and his coalition partners from the Kenya Kwanza alliance.

The outspoken lawmaker who had initially indicated a willingness to cooperate with president Ruto has urged Raila to give the president time to fulfill most of the commitments he made to Kenyans during his campaign for office.

He claimed that Raila is an excellent politician, but that his continuous campaigning from January to January undermines his desire for the current administration to be successful.

He continued, saying that since President William Ruto's government hasn't even fully developed since taking office, Raila Odinga should hold off on making majority of the assertions he made.

After the hotly contested general election between president William Ruto and Raila, the honorable William Kamket stated that it wasn't yet time to unite the entire nation and urged the president to keep bringing Kenyans together. While attending a religious service in Baringo County, he was speaking.

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