The Azimio la Umoja One Kenya team has been instructed by National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetang'ula to give President William Ruto time to fulfill his campaign promises.
Speaking in Nandi County on Saturday, Mr. Wetang'ula, who has continued to stay away from the ongoing discussion surrounding the Kenya Kwanza Alliance merger, claimed that it is unfair for Azimio leader Raila Odinga and his group to accuse President Ruto of betraying Kenyans when he has only been in office for six months.
Depending on the budget of the Jubilee administration, the Speaker claims that evaluating President Ruto's performance should begin after this year rather than the first half of his tenure.
Five months have passed since Kenya Kwanza became an office. No budget for William Ruto's government has been released since he became president. He is still utilizing the money from the previous government. Later this year, when he releases his first budget, you'll be able to assess whether he's spent your taxes and money wisely, according to Mr. Wetang'ula.
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