The first in command William Ruto is still holding cabinet retreat in Nanyuki, Nyeri county together with MPs and governors who have joined them. However the president caused laughter as he was allegedly defending his cabinet from Hon Kimani Ichungwa's presentation.
According to the video clip seen by the writer online, the president was addressing the MPs, governors, PSs and Cabinet secretaries in Nanyuki today where he innocently asked the leader of majority in the national assembly Hon Kimani Ichungwa to explain which bar his CSs are supposed to appear claiming that there are two bars in parliament which one does he mean.
However this caused laughter in the retreat as he couldn't stop laughing at the same time while demanding explanations, the leader of majority explained that it wasn't what he thought but the other bar in the house where leaders presenting their reports appear. The first in command William Ruto is set to continue ensuring that all leaders in his government work together to see the success of his manifesto as they oversee before the country goes into the wrong direction. Watch video
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