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President Ruto explains why he does not say his Government in his speeches.

President Ruto explains why he doesn't say 'my government', warns KK MPs.

President William Ruto, meeting with MPs on Dec. 5 for a National Assembly session on legislation, warned MPs in Kenya's Kwanza not to do the following.

Ruto, who also serves as UDA rector, warned his allies not to say the government belonged to Ruto and Gachagua, they should call it "our government".

He further told them that they were ready for opposition scrutiny when they made campaign promises as a team rather than as individuals.

" That's where you will never hear me saying say my government. I always say the government of Kenya because I do not want anyone to misunderstand it to be Ruto's government", he said. The president was speaking on the sidelines of Raila Odinga's planned consultation meeting in Kamukunji on Wednesday, where he will talk about better living standards, in addition to addressing Cherera and the team.

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua as well urged Kenya Kwanza's MPs to deliver their promises so as to achieve their 100% transition as discussed.

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