Narok and Azimio diehard senator Ledama Ole Kina has alleged what president William Ruto has intended to do secretly during his reign after a surprise visit to parliament in today's sitting.
President Ruto visited parliament on October 5, a time when he was not expected in the house.
And according to Tuko, Ledama has now alleged that the President wants to implement a parliamentary system of government secretly which was included in the Building Bridge Initiatives. He says that we should implement BBI once and for all.
I strongly believe that the President of Kenya William Ruto wants a parliamentary system of Government. Why is he in parliament right now? Let’s just implement BBI and change this thing once and for all," Olekina said.
This comes at a time when National Assembly speaker MosesWetangula has insisted that there is a need for the executive to work with the parliament claiming he doesn't see any problem when President Ruto frequently visits the House.
And ours is to wait and see what happens in the coming few days. we will be keen to monitor if President Ruto will continue to make surprise visits to the parliament.
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