Kiharu Constituency Member of Parliament (MP) Ndindi Nyoro has taken a shot at ODM Party leader Raila Odinga over his remarks earlier in the morning during a live interview with Kikuyu broadcasting radio stations.
The ODM leader urged Deputy President William Ruto to heed to Uhuru's request and resign from the office if at all he feels sidelined. He gave an instance of his father Jaramogi who voluntarily resigned from the office of the vice president following an altercation with Jomo Kenyatta.
Nyoro was irked by Odinga's remarks and was forced to respond. Taking to the social media, the vocal MP claimed that Ruto is a Deputy President and not a Vice President. He reminded him that the DP was elected by Kenyans and wasn't appointed by the President unlike his father who was appointed by Kenyatta.
He further asked Raila why he himself didn't resign during the coalition government with President Kibaki. He claimed that the leader only lamented humiliation by Kibaki's government but he never resigned despite being appointed by the president.
Ndidi added that majority of Kenyans voted for President Uhuru because of William Ruto.
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