Kenya Kwanza MPs have been admonished by President William Samoei Ruto not to criticize his administration for carrying out its duties. On May 5, the head of state urged lawmakers during a meeting at the Windsor Hotel in Nairobi to refrain from criticizing the administration. According to Ruto, certain parliamentarians have recently confronted the government over a number of choices, and they ought to leave that to the opposition.
He contends that lawmakers play a significant role in the functioning of the government, and that their success will ultimately benefit Kenyans. He then praised the fact that Kenya Kwanza MPs should steer clear of temptation to join the opposition as much as they can. In that situation, he urged the lawmakers to resolve any problems by using the coalition's existing forums. He emphasized the coalition's cohesion as a result.
The president's comments come after the government unveiled a plan to import genetically modified organisms, which led some Kenya Kwanza MPs to join Azimio La Umoja leaders in denouncing the administration.
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