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Azimio MPs Reads Mischief in Ruto's Impromptu Visit in Parliament Ahead of Tomorrow Majority Ruling

President William Ruto interacting with MPs at parliament buildings.

Today president William Ruto made an impromptu visit to national assembly buildings in Nairobi.

The head of state got the two assembly speakers and members of parliament unaware.

President William Ruto warmly interacted with the members of parliament at the parliament lodge and later enjoyed lunch with the members of parliament.

Azimio movement members of parliament has reacted to president William Ruto's impromptu visit to parliament ahead of tomorrow's majority stalemate ruling by speaker Moses Wetangula.

The legislators read mischief in president Ruto visit.

Mwingi West legislator Charles Nguna said that he expects no different ruling after today president William Ruto impromptu visit. He added that the head of state visit was to influence national assembly speaker Moses Wetangula to rule in favour of Kenya Kwanza Alliance.

Langata legislator Felix Oduor alias Jalango dismissed his Azimio counterparts claims, he added that president William Ruto's impromptu visit to the parliament has no influence in tomorrow's majority stalemate ruling.

UDA legislators led by Bomet East legislator Richard Yegon and Kitui Rural legislator Nimrod Mbai defended president William Ruto's impromptu visit to the parliament stating that the head of state is a " people's" guy.

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