Friday October 26, 2018-Deputy President, William Ruto, has lashed at Kalenjin community lawmakers who walked out of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s meeting in Bomet on Saturday.
The legislators, led by Bomet Women Representative, Joyce Korir, accused organizers of the event of blocking them from speaking prompting them to storm out of the function.
However speaking in Embu County on Thursday, Ruto termed the MPs as immature for walking out of President Kenyatta‘s function.
“’I want to thank the MPs here who accepted not to make statements and did not lead a walkout from the meetings like others elsewhere,” Ruto said.
"It demonstrates the maturity of these leaders and the understanding that this is a university occasion and we can always discuss other matters on other occasions," Ruto said when he addressed a gathering at University of Embu.
Ruto presided over the launch of the University of Embu Endowment Fund and the opening of Prof George Magoha Library in Manyatta, Embu County.
He urged university managers to be keen on offering relevant courses instead of the number of students they admit to their institutions.


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