7 Independent MPs Meet President-elect Dr William Ruto, Details Behind The Meeting Revealed
Details emerging indicates that United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party leader Hon William Ruto who was recently declared as the president elect has just concluded a meeting with seven independent MPs from various parts of the country. Taking to his social media accounts after the meeting, Dr William Ruto revealed that implementation of his bottom up economic model will require a bi-partisan approach in legislation and that's why he's bringing more MPs to his team.
Just In : Ruto Welcomes 7 Newly Elected and Famous Politicians to Kenya kwanza Amid Protests
According to news hitting the air waves just now, president elect William Ruto has welcomed seven newly elected politicians to the kenya kwanza family. According to Ruto, he held some lengthy talks with the team as they prepare to join his team. The leaders were all elected to parliament as Indipendent candidates.
Azimio la Umoja Dealt Another Blow as Independent Elected MPs Join Kenya Kwanza
Photo: President elect William Ruto with a section of independent candidates Raila Odinga's Azimio la Umoja coalition has yet again been dealt a big blow as Independent elected Mps join the Kenya Kwanza coalition. Taking to his social media Facebook page,President Elect William Ruto applauded nine independent candidates for joining his camp and believing in a Bottom-Up economic agenda.
President-Elect Big Win As Today Receive Members Of Parliament Who Won On Independent Ticket
Today is almost fourteen days after the general election and president elect and Kenya kwanza leader William Samoei Ruto still ripe big as he continues to receive delegation and members of Parliament decamping from different political alignment to Kenya kwanza coalition to form the government. For all this week president elect H.E Dr. William samoei Ruto has been receiving leaders from different political formation joining his camp.
Bad News To Raila After Ruto Received Seven Leaders Into Kenya Kwanza Today
President elect William Ruto has today received a list of independent leaders who opted to support the current goverment so as to move together in running the economy of the country. Among those who were welcomed by William Ruto include Lamu Woman Representative Monica Muthoni, Ntutu Kitilai, Njoroge Elijah among others.
William Ruto Speaks After Chairing A Meeting With MPs Elected On Independent Candidate(photos)
The current deputy president and the president elect of the republic of Kenya HE William Samoei Ruto today held a meeting with members of Parliament elected on an independent tickets. As a president elect Dr William Ruto is expected to have a control over the both National assembly and the Senate.
President Elect William Ruto Holds High Profile Meeting With 7 Independent Candidates (Photos)
President elect Dr William Ruto has for another time hold a high profile meeting with members of parliament elect on independent candidates where today he had a meeting with seven parliamentarians a head of the official opening of parliament next week. The second in command during the event said the members of parliament will help him in Implementing the Bottom-up Economic model agenda in the country will that will require a bi-partisan approach in the legislation.
7 leaders who joined Kenya Kwanza Today
William Ruto, the president-elect, today got a list of independent leaders who choose to work with the existing administration to administer the nation's economy. Representative Monica Muthoni of Lamu, Ntutu Kitilai, and Njoroge Elijah are just a few of the people whom William Ruto received.
List of all independent MPs who pledged to work with Kenya Kwanza
According to information that is becoming available, Hon. William Ruto, the leader of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party and the recently announced president-elect, has just finished a meeting with seven independent MPs from different regions of the nation. After the meeting, Dr. William Ruto posted on social media that he was adding additional MPs to his team because he believes that enacting his bottom-up economic plan will require a bipartisan approach to legislation.