Deputy president William Ruto has today been dealt a huge blow as worrying news emerge from a section of County Assembly members. The Constitutional Implementation Oversight Committee (CIOC) led by Member of Parliament in Ndaragwa Hon. Jeremiah Kioni has launched a fresh bid to create five new offices, by splitting the office of the second in command deputy President William Ruto into two and creating the office of a Prime Minister and his two deputies.
According to the draft of the proposal presented by Hon. Kioni, the Prime Minister, who will be appointed by the party with the highest number of MPs, will chair Cabinet meetings, which are currently chaired by the president.
According to reports, Hon Jeremiah Kioni led committee which was held in Mombasa.
“It is necessary to dilute the DP position so that people can stop fighting for it. Right now everyone is jostling for the position,” Kioni defended the move.
The move by Hon. Kioni is a huge blow to deputy president William as he get humiliated by a section of county Assembly members who supported the idea.
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