Ruto's Ally has reponded to reports on a section of lawmakers plans to change the powers of Deputy President William Ruto.
It has been established that some Members of Parliament wants to change the law that will see the President have total power over its Deputy. The President through the New move will have the powers to either hire or fire its Deputy.
It is reported that this new law that is being planned by the lawmakers is set to reduce the standorff that has been witnessed between the Deputy President William Ruto and President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Muthama has stated that the move by the legislators is farcical and injudicious. Muthama has exposed that President Uhuru Kenyatta has always disregarded the constitution of the nation.
It is farcical and injudicious in the way at which some legislators are looking at the rift and altercation between the President and his Deputy. The Executive isn't an imperial power. Uhuru Kenyatta has continually demonstrated a dangerous disregard for our constitution & law. https://t.co/3NN6OvHDLv
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