Former Cabinet secretary for devolution Eugene Wamalwa who is largely known to have worked under former president Uhuru Kenyatta has faulted President William Ruto's move of amending the constitution.Speaking via his official twitter handle, Wamalwa who is affiliated to DAP Kenya party has Ruto's proposed amendment of the Constitution are meant to distract kenyans attention from the fact that his administration has failed to address key issues facing the nation.
Eugene Wamalwa who is allied to Raila Odinga's led Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition further opined that kenyans are facing miserable Christmas with little or nothing to eat because Kenya Kwanza's plan to to bring food prices down has failed.
" The Constitutional change talk is but a red herring meant to distract our nation's attention from the failure of KK government plan to bring down the high food , fuel prices and cost of living, as kenyans face a miserable Christmas with little or nothing to eat and celebrate", he wrote.
His remarks comes off after being granted an opportunity to lead DAP Kenya party as they build a better foundation ahead of 2027 general elections.
It's apparently evident that Wamalwa has settled well in the Opposition side and therefore let's wait and see what happens next.
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