Taking to his verified twitter account ,Didmus has told president in a video that he should be assured of protection from Kenya Kwanza team led by his Deputy William Ruto.The lawmaker has told the president that he should assume the allegations by Raila's campaigners that William Ruto was going to open an investigation against him.
The lawmaker has lamented on how Raila's team was forcing fake headlines in the newspapers that Ruto was going to open investigation against the president.Baraza has added that they have no such plans and that they will never have the plans.
The lawmaker stated that they know that the president have tormented them and his government has always been opening and preferring charges against most of their Allies but they will leave it to God.The leader has added that they want to build a United country.
The lawmaker has however said that they will let the state agencies and constitutional commissions execute their functions in line with the prevailed laws of the land.
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