When President William Samoei Arap Ruto took over the reigns of leadership from the retired incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta, many politicians started ditching their formations and join his ruling Kenya Kwanza Alliance Government. Many had hoped that they will just get a smooth ride in Kenya Kwanza.
But in turn of events, those leaders and politicians who joined the Kenya Kwanza Alliance after the elections have received bad news as the following is publicly revealed to Kenyans. According to TV47 News Kenya, EALA MP David Sankok said publicly that in as much as they welcome them in Kenya Kwanza Alliance, they will not work with them in positions of implementation of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance Government Manifesto.
"EALA MP Sankok on shares in the Kenya Kwanza government: 'We will welcome everybody to work with us but not to work in positions of implementation of the manifesto. Those who will implement the manifesto are those who believe in it and we can trust." Tweeted by TV47 News Kenya
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