It has been widely reported that President William Ruto once intervened to rescue and save Moses Kuria, the cabinet secretary for investment, trade, and industry, after certain parliamentarians threatened to file an impeachment petition against him.
President William Ruto is thought to have called the MPs at the center of the impeachment motion while he was away through top statehouse aides.
According to reports, the president's advisers called the lawmakers pushing the bill, including David Pkosing of Pokot South, in an emergency. According to the aides, President William Ruto has requested that the MPs put the plans on hold until he gets home to manage the situation.
When it was discovered that a ship had already moored at the Port of Mombasa before the Cabinet Secretary for Investment, Trade, and Industry (CS) published a gazette notice allowing the importation of maize, wars against the CS broke out.
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