Photo Courtesy of the Google :Nandi Senator Arap Cherargei
Today one of the local dailies had a story line of How President William Ruto has sent Uhuru's apointess home by replacing them with the loyalist who campaigned for him in the previous 2022 General elections.
In a response to this, Senator Cherargei has revealed that there was nothing strange in President William Ruto move to send Azimio La Umoja side appointments home. Senator Arap Cherargei has maintained that those who remained loyal to President William Ruto shall always be considered first and this was a common scenario in all the traditions.
"There is nothing strange of purging out of our govt of Azimio-OKA apologists/campaigners/financiers you can't reap what you didn't sow . H.E Ruto supporters/campaigners/loyalists they shall always get priority in KK govt, its a tradition all over the world to reward loyalists. https://t.co/oDcQOMItR5", reads a statement from Nandi Senator Arap Cherargei
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