During the campaign period prior to the August 9th 2022 general election, some of top Cabinet Secretaries like Fred Matiang'i, Eugene Wamalwa and others crossed shoulders with William Ruto as they publicly campaigned for Raila Odinga, something that Ruto claimed was against the constitution.
The bad thing for those Cabinet Secretaries is that William Ruto went on to win the presidential race thus leaving them in a tight position and today, things were even worse on their side after they were summoned by President William Ruto at State House for a Cabinet meeting.
That is a move that caused plenty of mixed reactions in the country with the latest one to react being Ruto's close ally Samson Cherargei who publicly mocked Fred Matiang'i, Peter Munya, Keriako Tobiko, Joe Mucheru, Eugene Wamalwa, Amina Mohamed and Najib Balala.
"H.E Ruto is chairing his first cabinet meeting interestingly Matiangi, Munya,Tobiko , Mucheru,wamalwa,Amina & Balala are attending. The man they campaign against is their boss lazima inauma sana!" Tweeted Samson Cherargei.
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