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President William Ruto's proposal for constitutional amendments to 'enrich Kenya's democratic experience' continues to face a lot of criticism as a misplaced agenda.
The Former Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission commissioner, Roselyn Akombe has criticized Ruto over the new development of Constitutional amendment. It has been reported that the President asked his allies from the Kenya Kwanza to support a Bill that would create a office for the opposition leader, Raila Odinga. Details emerge that the National Assembly Speaker, Moses Wetangula, already approved the motion ready for debate at the parliament.
Roselyn via her Twitter account, blasted the President over his actions. According to her she said if the people of Kenya are struggling to put food on the table then he would focus to relieve the economic stress. Roselyn said that the constitution should not be amended to please a political Elite. Do you think that Raila needs an office?
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