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Ruto Tells Northern Kenya MPs Not To Call Or Text Him When He Begins Disarmament Process

When President William Ruto was getting ready to start the process of disarming, the leaders of the Pastoralist MPs were asked by President Ruto not to call him. Because the president's goal is to establish peace in the Northern region, he has asked the Pastoralist MPs to refrain from interfering with his process of disarming the military.

The following is a link to Hussein Mohamedg's tweet:

The president had asked the members of Parliament who were from Pastoralist areas to accept the process of taking guns away from people who were abusing them. The president has made it abundantly clear that the Northern region of Kenya must maintain its state of peace and security.

The President has made it abundantly clear that the top priority should be given to problems that improve the lives of the American people. The president of Kenya had urged the leaders in North Eastern Kenya to stop engaging in politics on the basis of ethnicity and to instead concentrate on the issues at hand.

The President of Kenya has made it abundantly clear that there is violence raging in several major cities located in Northern Kenya. According to the president, his primary focus will be on development; however, this can only take place if the stability and safety of the northern part of Kenya is maintained.

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