Mutahi Ngunyi, a Kenyan political analyst, has taken it to his social media handle to advice the president following the Turkana-Pokot banditry attack that claimed the lives of eleven Kenyans eight of them being police officers.
Following the incident, the president has ordered security personnel to go to the area and bring the culprits to book as soon as possible.
According to Mutahi Ngunyi, Ruto should abandon the government and form his own especially when it comes to dealing with insecurity. He said that if the the president doesn't do so, he may attract terror attacks. Below is the tweet that Mutahi Ngunyi published.
"For the Nth time: It doesn't go wrong. It starts wrong. Ruto should purge government and form his own. After bandit attack, he will attract terror attack. He is fragile, but arrogant. We need a Ruto Government. Now. The urgency is loud," Ngunyi wrote.
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