President William Ruto's close confidant and Nandi Senator Samson Kiprotich Arap Cherargei has put on notice state agencies, officers responding to Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua using social media platforms while saying that there are proper channels to use on government issues.
Senator Kiprotich has put on the spot Central Bank of Kenya for responding to Rigathi Gachagua via social media platform. This is in reference to where the CBK yesterday disagreed with the deputy president on the country's foreign reserves situation.
The senator has argued that responding to the Deputy President using social media, media, or pressers is a bad manners/ethics.
He argues that there are better channels to communicate on government issues and it's about respect to the office.
"To all state agencies/officers i.e CBK stop responding to our Dp Gachagua through social media/media/pressers its bad manners/ethics. They are better channels to communicate on govt issues & its about respect to the office." Senator Cherargei said.
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