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Request Of President William Ruto To Parliament Concerning MPS

William Ruto, the Vice President of Kenya, attended the 18th Graduation Ceremony that was held at Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology. He spent the majority of the day there.

Picture courtesy. President William Ruto.

According to a letter that has been seen and which was written to the Speakers of the houses, the President has made two requests to Parliament this evening. The letter can be found here.

This evening, we have reliable reports from State House that indicate that President William Ruto has written a letter to the National Assembly in which he requests a few things. These reports come from what we believe to be reliable sources.

The President of Kenya, William Ruto, has sent a memorandum to Parliament in which he outlines his proposal to increase the number of members of the National Assembly who are nominated.

The number of sitting members of Parliament will increase at an exponential rate in response to an increase in the number of MPs who are nominated for election.

As another form of oversight, President William Ruto has requested that the standing orders of Parliament be amended in order to make it possible for his Cabinet Secretaries to directly answer questions posed from the floor.

According to the reports that we have in front of us, these are the two points that he has requested that Parliament take into consideration.

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