Kanini Kega makes bold statement after first meeting with Ruto in months.
The former Kiene constituency councilor made the bold speech after meeting President William Ruto for the first time in months. This was basically because of the political differences between the two, as Ruto led his own team in the UDA and later the Kenya Kwanzaa, while Kega supported former president Uhuru Kenyatta under their Azimio camp.
As one of five leaders recently elected by lawmakers to represent the country at the East African Legislative Conference in Arusha, Carnini and his colleagues must meet with the president before resuming their new roles.
Despite being in Azimio's camp, he paid a courtesy call on Ruto at the state capitol, where they had a meaningful discussion before settling down for a photo.
Some of the prominent EALA lawmakers who accompanied him included Shabhal, Hassan Omar, David Ole Sankok and others.
He went ahead to post on Twitter his picture with the president on is page tagging him.
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