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What President Ruto does with MPs whenever there is a serious issue that needs a decision

President William Ruto's allies have disclosed when they typically have time to speak with him, which is typically over the phone.

According to his associates, Ruto is highly approachable with his MPs and occasionally personally calls them as a means of preserving his Kenya Kwanza camp.

According to The Daily Nation, Ruto spends his evenings on the phone with his followers, making the majority of the calls.

The individuals who confirmed this stated that the Head of State takes advantage of the occasion to inquire about their constituents' issues and how he can be of assistance.

He occasionally also uses the calls to chastise allies he believes are making unnecessary comments that could harm his administration's reputation.

“The President calls us and sometimes uses that opportunity to warn some of us from making what he always describes as reckless [statements]. Recently, he called a colleague of mine from Rift Valley asking him why he had started making utterances like the ones he made during the previous administration,” one of the lawmakers told the paper.

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