Mumias east member of parliament hon Peter Salasya has hit hard on Kenya kwanza senator Aron Cheruyot for trying to explain to Kenyans what the government has done so far after they took into office.
Taking to his Twitter page, Salasya has claimed that the Kenya kwanza government led by president William Ruto and his deputy Rigathi Gachagua are still celebrating their miraculous win.
He has said that there is no need for the Kenya kwanza leaders to try explaining to Kenyans what they have done but Kenyans have eyes to see what have been done.
He added quoting a bible verse that the leaders in Kenya kwanza alliance are like the foolish servant who was featured in the parable of talents.
"Aaron cheruiyot kk doesn't need to stand on kicc to announce to Kenyans what they have done in their first 100days .Kenyans have eyes to see ..KK gvt is still celebrating a miracle of their win and forgetting their
Work.. mko kama the foolish servant in the parable of talents," he wrote.
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