Love him or hate him , when it comes to throwing political banter or just criticizing the executive the Kericho county senator Aaron Cheruiyot does not take any prisoners.
Through a post shared on his Twitter page, the outspoken senator has this afternoon called out president Uhuru Kenyatta over a stand still that is being experienced at the Busia border by track drivers following misunderstanding between Kenya and Uganda border authorities.
"The current stand off between Uganda and Kenya authorities at the Busia border needs the current attention of president Uhuru Kenyatta" stated Cheruiyot.
The senator has also blamed media and Uhuru cabinet for ignoring the plight of Kenyans stranded at the border calling it immoral.
"It is immoral for ministers the suffering of Kenyans track drivers who have to queue for weeks to enter Uganda" He continued.
This comes just a few weeks after the government of Uganda imposed strict measures to any driver from neighboring countries entering Uganda following the covid19 pandemic.
Some Kenyans accused Cheruiyot of being in the government therefore he should stop shifting blames to other people rathe act.
It is not yet clear if President Uhuru and the cabinet secretary for transport will respond to senator Cheruiyot however we shall be following this developing story for more update, stay tuned.
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