By Fredrick Ameka.
Saboti Constituency Member of Parliament Hon. Caleb Amisi has announced new direction that he has taken as a politician of opposition.
The MP has declared that he will not offer opposition to His Excellency William Ruto's government until 100 days in office are over.
According to the Hon. Caleb Amisi, President William Ruto made promises to Kenyans within his 100 days in office as the head of State before being elected in August 9th, 2022, general polls.
"I will not offer opposition to William Ruto's government until 100 days are over; the time and period under which he promised," Hon. Amisi noted.
(Photo courtesy, President of the Republic of Kenya Hon. William Ruto)
Additionally, the Saboti MP said he will play his part as an opposition leader for reasons but not for the sake of being in the opposing side.
Hon. Hamisi who is allied to Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition led by Hon. Raila Odinga also sent a message to Hon. Ruto saying that he will be quite even if the President messes up with the country while appointing his cabinet.
I will not oppose for the sake of it but when I do, it will be real for a reason. If you bring dumb ministers, mess Kenya I shall be quite until 100 days," Hon. Amisi added.
However, being a member of Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) retained the Saboti parliamentary seat in August 9th 2022 elections.
The MP is successfully serving his second term as Saboti Constituency Member of Parliament after he was declared the winner by IEBC in a hotly contested race during August polls.
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