President William Samoei Ruto has warned Kenya Kwanza MPs against temptations to criticise his government in achieving its mandate. Speaking during a meeting with legislators at Windsor Hotel, Nairobi, Monday 5th, the head of state called upon the leaders to avoid criticising the government. Ruto stated that some of the lawmakers have taken the government head on recently over certain decisions, they should leave that to the opposition.
According to him, the government depends much on the legislators, thus the success of the government depends on their success, thus success to people of Kenya. He then lauded that Kenya Kwanza MPs should avoid as much as they can to avoid falling into temptation to join the opposition. In that case, he asked the legislators to use available platforms within the coalition to iron out any issue of concern. Thus, he stressed on the unity of the coalition.
The president's remarks comes a few days after government presented a plan of importing GMOs where some Kenya Kwanza MPs joined Azimio La Umoja leaders to criticise the government. Thank you for reading my article.
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