President William Ruto has resorted to personally contacting MPs who make careless remarks in public, according to a member of parliament affiliated with his Kenya Kwanza Alliance camp who spoke to the media on the condition of anonymity. The MP revealed that the president recently took notice of a lawmaker from the UDA Rift Valley's back yard when he started opposing and criticizing some important government plans and policies.
As a result, president William Ruto allegedly had to call the legislator urgently and ask him why he had started speaking out against the administration of former president Uhuru Kenyatta. Despite the fact that the lawmaker's identity was kept a secret, Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei is one of the MPs from Ruto's home district who has recently attacked the government. The attacks happened after one of the CSs revealed that the government intended to import maize.
The legislator is at the top of the list of people Ruto is likely to have called on the phone because of his recent and prompt silence.https://nation.africa/kenya/news/politics/william-ruto-calls-mps-every-evening-to-keep-a-firm-grip-on-kenya-kwanza-team-4041618
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