A day after the national Assembly implemented the changes in committee roles, his excellency the deputy president William Ruto has had his say.Speaking through his twitter account, Ruto has continued to instill strength among his Tangatanga allies wanting them not to be shaken by small earthly things or human action.
“With the changes in parliamentary leadership including membership and leadership now concluded, I urge all members of parliament not to be divided but work TOGETHER in serving the people.Col.3:23 Whatever you do, work at with all your heart as working for God not humans masters.” wrote the dp through his official twitter account.
The parliamentary changes that happened were a big win for Jubilee- Team Kieleweke and ODM as they took majority of top committee posts.One of the members affected by the changes is the outspoken Kikuyu member of Parliament Kimani Ichung’wah who is a close confidant of William Ruto.
Ichung’wah was previously the chair of planning and budget committee before he was dewhipped with other sixteen Jubilee members of Parliament in what was referred to ‘rebels’ of the party.Most of the affected were close allies of Ruto and it is believed the changes targeted the dp for he had already arranging his 2022 cards that were unraveled.
During the parliamentary proceedings on Wednesday, Suna mp Junet Mohammed took a jibe at Ichung’wah mocking his new role.Junet said that he will blame honorable Kimani if the quality of tea decreases.This was basically a mockery to Ichung’wah who had been demoted to the catering committee from the powerful budget and planning committee.
Ruto’s word of wisdom comes as an encouragement to his allies who have been shifted to less powerful committees to continue serving people as serving the Lord not human masters. His tweet attracted various comments from his supporters and nemesis each commenting based on where they belong.