The deputy President William ruto was in Nakuru County where he was hosted by Nakuru senator Susan kihika in his residence. In the meeting Ruto took time to dismiss a lot of things that Raila and Uhuru has done together saying that they have been trying to fool Kenyans and that Kenyans are clever now.
He said this dismissing the building bridges initiative which he says was intended to impose an imperial presidency that has powers to support and every arm of the government. He said that the proposal by the building bridges initiative to introduce the judiciary ombudsman was an intention to have the president control the judiciary the way he feels like.
He also added that the intention to bring about the sharing of constituencies was a breakdown from the provisions from the of the Constitution of Kenya. He said that the chapter 89 of the constitution provides that the Independent and electoral boundaries commission has the power to the wind constituencies and not through BBI
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