Dp Ruto Allies speaking to Journalists in the past presser. Photo courtesy.
Deputy president William Ruto allies have suffered a big blow in the national assembly, according to the latest report today. It is reported that, members of Parliament allied to United Democratic party have been removed from national assembly busines committee, through a letter released by majority chief whip. It is Alleged that the Jubilee Party is targeting to replace them with more loyal members who are going to help the president achieve his agenda before August polls.
Well, this will not be the first time such thing is happening. Few months ago, Nakuru county Senator Susan Kihika and Elgeiyo marakwet counterpart were removed from their positions for allegedly sabotaging uhuru's agenda through supporting hustlers nation. They fought back through various press conferences, but those allied to the president remained firm in such decision.
Let's wait and see how things will play out after those allied to Ruto will be out of those committee. Do you think it's good to remove Tangatanga allies from their positions? Share with us your views on the same.
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