CBS vocal senator of Nandi, Hon Samson Kiprotich Cherargei has told off state agencies who are answering Deputy President through social media and pressers.
The legislator told the agencies to respect the office of the deputy president of the republic of Kenya.
He termed the response to the higher office like that of one of the deputy presidents as bad manners.
Hon Samson Cherargei took to his Twitter handle where he posed " To all state agencies/officers I.e CBK STOP responding to our Dp Gachagua through social media/media/pressers it's bad manners/ethics. They are better channels to communicate on govt issues & it's about respect to the office"
Hon Cherargei was responding after the Central bank of Kenya took on the deputy president after yesterday's interview with citizen Tv.
The tough-talking deputy president has been roughing shoulders with some of the government agencies and even other politicians.
His controversial statements at times go the wrong way. Even though the deputy president claims he is being misquoted.
The latest was when he mentioned the
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