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President William Ruto asked the Kenya Kwanza Alliance Members of Parliament, to support the Bill that would see the opposition leader, Raila Odinga, having an office with full staff. The decision has sparked some mixed reactions as some members do no want Raila Odinga to have an office.
According to the reports from The Star, a section of Kenya Kwanza legislators have blasted President William Ruto over his 'Soft' nature. According to the legislators, creating an office for the political rival shows that Ruto is ready for having a shared government between the opposition and the ruling party.
Some legislators blasted the advisors of the president citing that they misadvised the president on the creation of the opposition leader office. In your own view should Raila Odinga have an office with full staff? Is Ruto trying to reduce the opposition by creating an office for them?
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