President William Ruto has now been warned in advance that he could be heading to the wrong direction that would end up plunging his own camp into deep trouble.
He has been accused of making poor decisions on key governance matters especially in the recent simultaneous executive orders where he split the roles of the Second in Command Rigathi Gachagua and Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi.
Speaking during a live interview, Vihiga Senator Godfrey Otsotsi informed that Ruto's quick manner of issuing executive orders in a span of just two months is a sign that the ruling party might land in trouble, stating that the reasons behind the reshuffle of powers between Gachagua and Mudavadi is not concrete.
“This is the second order in a span of two months. Executive orders are not things to be issued within two months. There should be concrete reasons why it should be issued," Otsotsi said.
The Azimio allied legislature argued that the new tradition being embraced by Ruto where he issues executive directions without any test of time or awareness of those being reshuffled did not happen in the previous regime. With that, he claimed that such things would only happen when there's planning issues.
“What this says is that there could be planning issues. Why did they not see this coming? They should have an executive order that should have stood the test of time," he stated.
Further, Mr Otsotsi predicted that the President will continue issuing executive orders without proper frameworks and consequently, his UDA party that's currently the ruling party will definitely disintegrate.
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