They say when it rains, it pours, and Deputy President William Ruto knows this all too well, granted the current storm in his political life.
On Wednesday, 70 MPs ganged up against the DP, demanding his resignation, since, according to them, Ruto had deserted his constitutional role for his 2022 presidential campaigns.
One of the most impressive features about the DP is his enthusiasm for utilizing his right if reply, especially through social media.
In the wee hours of Wednesday night, he took to Twitter to call out his National Assembly antagonists, terming them as pretenders who dared lecture him on his relationship with President Uhuru Kenyatta, yet he voted for the latter not once or twice, but four times in the past.
Way to shut down a tsunami, king of hustlers.
Speaking of bad weather, when did Kenyan morals get so eroded, that men now sleep with their biological mothers?
One Bernard Bogonko from Kisii is said to have met his death in the arms of the same person who brought him to life, after his brother walked in on the two engaging in a steamy session of romance, beating him to death. We hear their mother is in protective custody since villagers are now out for her blood.
You know, God has been really lenient with Kenya, but honestly, we are now pushing it!
Here are the stories making headlines on Opera News today
Murkomen & Junet Go After Each Other’s Throats on Live TV [VIDEO]
Citizen TV’s JKlive Show was the stage of a heated debate between Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen and Suna East MP Junet Mohamed on Wednesday night, March 11.
The bone of contention was the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI), and the recent barrage of attacks on Deputy President William Ruto by a faction of legislators.
Murkomen stated that it was strange that President Uhuru Kenyatta seemed indifferent to statements being made against his second in command.
Ruto allies: DP is going nowhere, we dare you to remove him
Deputy President William Ruto is a man under siege and could be removed from office.
Kenya’s biggest political players have ganged up against him and have hatched a plot that may prematurely end his tenure as the country’s second in command.
They include a section of MPs from President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Jubilee, Raila Odinga’s ODM, Musalia Mudavadi’s ANC, Kalonzo Musyoka’s Wiper and Gideon Moi’s Kanu.
William Ruto dismisses impeachment threats. “I have voted for Uhuru 4 times”
Embattled Deputy President William Ruto has dismissed pro-handshake MPs who want him to resign or be forced out for disrespecting the presidency.
The DP said he had been loyal to President Uhuru Kenyatta for the last four elections having voted and campaigned for him during the period.
Taking to his Twitter page hours after tens of lawmakers allied to the president and ODM leader Raila Odinga called for his resignation, Ruto said he does not need lectures on how to support the Head of State.
This week, it emerged that one Nairobi MCA had skipped house sittings for a whole two years. Although senator Millicent Omanga came to the defence of Habiba Hussein, saying she was battling medical complications and mourning the death of her child, do you think this is justification enough, for one to go absent without official leave from work, for a period that long, especially when their salary is drawn from taxpayers’ money?