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President Ruto Explains Why he Doesn't Say ' My Government ', Sends This Warning to KK MPs

President William Ruto on 5th December held a meeting with Members of parliament, National Assembly Conference on legislative matters whereby he warned Kenya Kwanza's MPs against doing the following. 

Ruto who doubles as UDA's principal warned his allies against saying that government belongs to Ruto and Gachagua where instead they should term it as 'our government ' . 

He further informed them of being ready to be scrutinized by the opposition as they made campaign promises as a team and not individual beings. 

" That's where you will never hear me saying say my government. I always say the government of Kenya because I do not want anyone to misunderstand it to be Ruto's government", he said. 

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua as well urged Kenya Kwanza's MPs to deliver their promises so as to achieve their 100% transition as discussed.

The president was speaking amid Raila Odinga's planned consultative meeting on Wednesday at Kamukunji grounds where among addressing Cherera and team issues, he will as well talk about the higher standard of living. 


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