The ANC boss and current Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi has been a topic of debate a few days ago following the move by Ruto's government to establish the office of the Spouse of the Prime Cabinet Secretary.
Musalia Mudavadi who was a special guest at the launch of the Office of the Spouse to the Prime Cabinet Secretary revealed that this is a move in the right direction aimed at ensuring that the partners of top government officials have a role to play in governance.
However the law society of Kenya boss Eric Theuri has challenged Mudavadi's move to stablish the dispute office and demanded for the government to shed more light into the matter after issuing a seven day ultimatum.
"Provide us with the financial implications of setting up the office as well as benefits that shall accrue to the members of the public."
Many Kenyans have criticised the Kenya Kwanza regime for creating more positions to reward political loyalists as Kenyans continue to languish in power as the cost of living skyrocket.
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