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Sen Aaron Cheruiyot Hints at His First Move in Parliament After Being Named Senate Majority Leader

Kericho County Senator Aaron Cheruiyot was on Tuesday, 4th October, approved as Senate Majority Leader deputised by Tabitha Karanja of Nakuru County.

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Shortly after being named tge Majority Leader, Senator Aaron Cheruiyot hinted at his first move in parliament.

Taking to his timeline on Twitter, the Senate Majority Leader hinted that he will take to unmask embassies in Kenya which treat Kenyans with the colonial mentality.

He has stated that after parliament unmasks the embassies, it will demand that they change and treat Kenyans with respect since the world is changed and turned into a world of equal partners.

"The globe has changed. We are one world of equal partners. Sadly there are embassies in Kenya that still treat our people with colonial mentality.This MUST change.We shall, as Parliament, soon unmask these embassies and demand that they treat our citizens with respect," Senate Majority Leader Aaron Cheruiyot said.

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