Former Presidential candidate Dr Ekuru Aukot has now send a message to President William Ruto over the Constituency Development Fund (CDF).
Taking to his Twitter account on Thursday afternoon, the Thirdway Alliance party leader noted that the President should stand by his words and respect the law of the republic of Kenya.
According to Ekuru Aukot, the High Court declared CDF illegal and this the President should obey the laws and ensure that the CDF is not brought back again.
"If you believe in the rule of law Mr. President, then obey the Court orders. CDF remains an illegality as declared by the High Court,"said Ekuru Aukot.
Cabinet Secretary Treasury Ukur Yatani has emphasized that the funds meant for CDF will not be disbursed since the court has declared it illegal.
"CDF remains illegal as ruled by the courts," said CS Ukur Yatani.
However, President William Ruto at a past event with Kenya Kwanza Parliamentarians, he vowed that the funds will not be scrapped off 'that easily' since its fruits had been witnessed across the country.
“Don’t worry at all, not because of any other reasons or some cause, but because CDF has really given us value for money in many areas,” the President Ruto told Kenya Kwanza Alliance Parliamentary Group at a recent event
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