DP Ruto tours Nandi County

DP Ruto in Nandi
DP Ruto in Nandi

The Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya His Excellency Dr. William Ruto has urged all leaders countrywide to consider taking their responsibility roles as per the rule of law and the 2010 constitution.

Ruto cited that having a peaceful election and a peaceful country is a teaching and a responsibility bestowed upon all the leaders, thus reminded all the leaders to consider it and take it seriously.

“I want to ask all the political leaders from our nation to take up their respective roles as stipulated in the 2010 constitution.”Ruto affirmed.

Ruto who was speaking during his visit in Nandi where he commissioned diffrent projects, said Kenya is bigger than any individual thus everyone should play his/her constitutional role well by ensuring peace prevails always for the betterment of our country as it prepares to conduct the 2022 general elections.

Among the Nandi projects commissioned by Ruto include the Emgwen Technical Training Institute, Kapsabet modern Market ground breaking and Fund raiser for completion of ACK plaza respectively.

DP Dr. William Ruto during the official commissioning of Emgwen Technical & Vocational Training college
DP Dr. William Ruto during the official commissioning of Emgwen Technical & Vocational Training college

On the other hand political leaders alied to DP’s United Democratic Party led by Hon Aden Duale, Hon Kimani Ichungwa, Hon Didmus Baraza and others want the Chief Justice of the Republic of Kenya Martha Koome out of the Elections Technical Committee citing that she can’t hold two positions at ago and that as a Chief Justice she is not allowed by the rule of law.

“We want our Chief Justice Martha Koome to get out of that Elections Technical Committee as soon as possible or else we as UDA supporters will present a tribunal seeking her oust.” They claimed

Nandi Governor Stephen Sang and Nandi hills MP Alfred Keter had rough time to address the public as they were booed and denied chance to make their remark on grounds that they have nothing to show as they have no developmental records.