Nandi County senator Simon Cherargei is one of the close allies of President William Samoei Ruto from Rift Valley region. He is one the active leaders on social media platforms updating government plans.
Taking to his Twitter account, the senator lamented about increased reactions from leaders to the Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua comments on various occasions and interviews. He termed as bad moral manners for state agencies to respond to the second in Command.
According to a post shared by Kenyans.co.ke on twitter, the senator said, "to all state agencies and officers, stop responding to our DP Gachagua through Social media and pressers. It's bad manners. There are better channels to communicate on government issues and its about respect to the office.
The constitution of Kenya provides for the freedom of speech to all Kenyans with some limitations.
Many Netizens reacted to the post with mixed views. Here are some of their comments. https://twitter.com/Kenyans/status/1576909403059589121?t=fnUED4StoilHBw5fGsATCQ&s=19
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