National Assembly Minority Leader and Deputy Secretary General to the Raila Odinga led Azimio merger has broken his silence sending a warning to William Ruto concerning his (William Ruto) yesterday's sentiments about food security in the country.
The Ugunja constituency Parliamentarian Hon Opiyo Wandayi has warned William Ruto against allegedly mocking the dignity of Kenyans who are struggling to put food on the table by reducing food security concern in Kenya to mere jokes about GMO.
The National Assembly Minority Leader Hon Opiyo has therefore sounded a warning to William Ruto telling him off that such humiliation must stop
''Like most Kenyans, Azimio is disappointed with the President for reducing the food security concern to that of jokes about GMOs and breasts. We're asking the President not to mock the dignity of Kenyans struggling to put food on the table. This humiliation must stop.'' The Ugunja constituency Member of Parliament Hon Opiyo Wandayi tweeted.
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