Phil Etale says:>>> Mr. William Ruto, the Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya stated that for one to be President, you must be a slave of a particular community. This is wrong. It is uncivilised and quite undemocratic. He said this during the funeral of former Malava MP and Cabinet Minister Mr. Soita Shitanda in Kakamega County. Kenyans must know that Presidency is not a reserve of an individual, group of people or a community, it is a Kenyan affair. So those sycophants who are applauding his remark must know that he erred.
Michael Okoth says:>>I doubt if there’s any current Kenyan politician who can beat DP William Ruto’s proficiency at the political gab,complete with raw comedy that leaves his audience in stitches………
The most important part of the very history he’s talking about here that he seems to conveniently forget about is the spirited but unsuccessful attempts by the Mt.Kenya mafia to hurriedly change the then constitution and stop the then loyal DP Daniel Arap Moi from succeeding Jomo Kenyatta who had just died in office.
Anyway, let’s wait for 2022.Hopefully,Ruto shall have accumulated enough wealth to enable him sustain succeeding Raila Odinga as the face of Opposition politics in Kenya.
Cyprian N says:>>>DIALOGUE IS CONSTITUTIONAL; Some one inform the President and the Deputy President that what is unconstitutional is their appointing of only Kikuyus and Kalenjins to head all key government institutions, ministries, Departments and Agencies (IMDAs). IT IS AGAINST ART 10 AND 73 OF THE KATIBA. and Hon. Ole Kaparo is busy calling on politicians to stop taking Kenya to the precipice of war. Ole Kaparo should look at the President and the Deputy President in the eye and tell them “You guys are gonna burn this nation”.
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