According to William Ruto the President of Kenya who landed in Mount Kenya today and his team comprising of members of Parliament and women representative, they were forced to leave the event early to attend to parliament session today being the first day of the 13th Parliament.
According to Ruto who was speaking at the venue of the event, the members of Parliament who are Led by Kiharu legislator Ndindi Nyoro and Kiambaa member of parliament Kawanjiku, there was a very important session that was awaiting them in parliament and they needed to be part and parcel of this exercise.
Members of Parliament and leaders in Nyeri Today
In his speech he said that today Parliament will be electing a new leader of majority, his deputy and also house committees and this is the important responsibility that his government is looking after to ensure that operations in Parliament run smoothly.
Ruto is banking on the support of members of Parliament drawn from Kenya Kwanzaa and also independent candidates to win the seats to guarantee him smooth implementations of his projects in the floor of the house
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