Gladys Wanga told mourners in Kisumu County that Deputy President William Ruto should resign. She added that he can not criticise the same government he is still serving. Her Kisumu counterpart Rosa Buyu also said that the fall of BBI is not the end of everything stating that the ODM party leader Raila Odinga had already given direction of forging ahead focusing on 2022 politics.
The calls for resignation come just days after President Uhuru Kenyatta accused his deputy of double speak.
Gladys Wanga, the Homa Bay Woman Representative, has joined the growing list of leaders calling for deputy president William Ruto's resignation.
Wanga said this during the burial ceremony of late Margaret Alai in Kisian, Kisumu County. She revealed that one can not have his cake eat it, adding that if Ruto is man enough he should resign and fight the government from outside.
In the meeting with the county's senior editors on Monday, the president asked his deputy president to resign if he had become tired with government's functions.
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