The current deputy president and the president elect of the republic of Kenya HE William Samoei Ruto today held a meeting with members of Parliament elected on an independent tickets. As a president elect Dr William Ruto is expected to have a control over the both National assembly and the Senate.
In the last election the Azimio La Umoja party got many many seats in the national assembly than the Kenya kwanza.
In his facebook page the president elect wrote, "Implementing the Bottom-Up Economic agenda will require a bi-partisan approach in legislation. It is because of this that we are grateful to MPs elected on Independent tickets who have committed to work with Kenya Kwanza."
Dr William Ruto hosted a caucus that included Joshua Mbithi (Masinga), Njoroge Elijah (Gatundu North), Caroline Ngelechei (Elgeyo Markwet), Rahim Dawood (Imenti North), Timothy Kipchumba (Markwet West), Ntutu Kitilai (Narok South), and Monica Muthoni (Lamu Woman Rep.)
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