William Ruto during a meeting with former councillors.
The deputy president today hosted a group of former councillors in Karen. In his meeting he recognized the importance of the former councillors in the role they played for devolution.
The deputy president defined the meeting being a consultative meeting involving the former councillors.
He also advanced on the need to work with people across different divides to ensure equality is achieved.
In the meeting some of the people who attended the gathering are seen barely without masks and the social distance is not well achieved. The deputy president himself was not wearing a mask while addressing his guests.
Initially the president had issued a warning to stop all sorts of political gathering to ensure the Covid-19 cases are reduced.
The position councillors was abolished and the name changed to the Members of County Assemblies under the current constitution.
The deputy president held this meeting as the president was expected to address the nation on the rise of Covid-19 cases.
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