By MN Reporter
The deputy President has been castigated for defying his boss efforts to enure delivery of essential services to the public.
Legislators allied to handshake and BBI told off the deputy President whom they accused of undermining his boss.
They said the deputy President has ignored his boss,President Uhuru Kenyatta and has absconded his role of assisting his boss to deliver services as required by citizens.
The deputy President William Ruto on several occasion has defied President directives to avoid premature campaigns and concentrate on issues of national interests and has been hosting delegation at his Karen official residence he is occupying by virtue of being second in command and hurling abuse at state officials discharging duties of ensuring stability in the nation.
The legislators who included senator James Orengo(Siaya), Ochillo Ayacko(Migori), David Gikaria(Nakuru town East), John Mbadi(Suba South/ODM chairman) Junet Mohammmed(Suna East), Tom Odege(Nyatike), Paul Abuor (Rongo),Mark Nyamita(Uriri),Peter Masara(Suna West), TJ Kajwang(Kasarani),Babu Owino(Embakasi) and Denita Gati among others.
They criticized the deputy President for causing confusion among young generation dishing out wheelbarrows on pretext that he is empowering them economically but tainting government image.
Ruto is blaming government of failure to deliver pledges and cling on position for survival embarrassing the head of state issuing contradicting statement thwarting efforts to reconcile citizens and preaching hatred instead of peace.
Ruto should not continue enjoying state security yet he is opposing the head of state on issues he is suppose to help implement.
He is occupying Residence at Karen,enjoying security protection,driven in State vehicles and getting entertainment allowance yet is id hosting delegates campaign for 2022 presidential ambition and inciting communities against one another
“We expect the deputy President to vacate house at Karen maintained by the state and his actions portrays him rebel in jubilee government he is part of and should not blame senior leaders discharging duties