Political leaders allied to the United Democratic Alliance, UDA party from Kericho County have criticized Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka over his recent remarks after President William Ruto moved to subsidize production.
While giving his inaugural speech at Kasarani Stadium after he was sworn in last month, Ruto said that his government was not going to subsidize consumption and went on to import fertilizers that has since been distributed across the country.
In a press briefing last week Kalonzo questioned the process in which Ruto followed to order the fertilizer, and who oversaw the procurement.
Speaking with NTV, Kipkelion West MP Hillary Koskei and his counterpart from Kipkelion East Joseph Cherorot slammed Kalonzo saying that he should laud Ruto for fulfilling a number of his promises two weeks after assuming power.
The duo said that the president started on the right footing of moving to put in place best and long term solution that will solve the cost of production, and thus the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance allied leaders should give Ruto and the Kenya Kwanza Alliance government time to deliver on their promises.
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