The President Hon.William Samoei Ruto has alleged that he will gear on with the economic revolution strategies as he will be meeting UN delegation from Wednesday this week. He made it very clear that he has no plans to engage in politics because he clearly understand the functions of the opposition team and they will be accommodated within their plans.
This comes just a day after the former Prime minister Raila Amollo Odinga confirmed that they will hold a grand rally at Kamukunji Grounds to push for the reforms at the IEBC as the Kenya Kwanza coalition team are pushing for the ouster of the Cherera four.
He said that the opposition side are just doing what they are required to do but they need to consider the democracy and the legal framework before they defend themselves. He said that the issues about GMO will be revisited and it should not create anxiety.
He Alleged that he has good plans to protect the constitution and he will tackle the issues based on the legal framework.
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