While addressing the MPs , the head of state told Kenya Kwanza lawmakers not to join the opposition camp led by Raila Odinga in criticizing the government that they deserve.
Dr Ruto made the following remarks in the meeting, "Sometimes, it’s easier to criticise the government but you must remind yourself always that the government that is being criticised is yours. The opposition will be doing their bit. Please do yours."
His remarks as the opposition side is expected to handle a peaceful demonstration tommorow at Kamukunji grounds to oppose the move taken by president Ruto to suspend the four iebc commissioners led by the vice chair Juliana Cherera.
In conclusion, what's your take on this matter, do you think it's a right decision for the Kenya Kwanza MPs not to criticize the government.
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