President William Ruto reiterated what the Senator and Mps should cease doing moving ahead and instead concentrate on providing services to Kenyans today when presiding over the CSs and PSs retreat meeting.
He has argued that all senators and members of parliament ought to put an end to rivalries and power struggles.
“We will find a framework that will deal with any disputes that arise between the Senate and National Assembly,” William Ruto
The President has promised that future disagreements between the two houses will change because he will find a long-lasting solution.
The President added that he would not watch as the two Houses fought for supremacy. The time spent fighting should be used by the houses to identify methods to advance our nation.
He also pointed out that resolving disputes between governmental bodies used a lot of public resources.
The words appear to be in reference to the Meru Governor's recent petition, which resulted in an altercation between the MCAs and Hon. Mwangaza.
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