Nakuru county Senator, Hounerable Susan Kihika has cried out on her verified Twitter handle blaming the executive. Kihika has Allegedly Claimed that the Parliament is captured by the executive hence can't do anything for common citizens on policy formulation. She said this after sharing a video of Ruto addressing Kakamega residents yesterday.
Deputy president William Ruto while in Kakamega through the video shared online by Kihika. He Attacked members of Parliaments, blaming them for failing to pass bills that benefits those common citizens but rather focusing on positions and building bridges initiative report.
Here are some reactions.
"The time has come when the scripts are being read to us. Each actor with his/her own part to play. You create problems and then come to lecture us on the same problems. You all just play with our emotions. We just need a new breed on leaders." Posted David.
"If you are faulting the government that you are serving you are nothing but hypocrite. If you believe in the new party, that you are bragging so much about that's going to liberate Kenyans, why don't you resign and continue championing your agendas?" Posted Debra.
Here is the link to the video.
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