Suna East Member of Parliament and Raila Odinga number one confidant Junet Mohamed has taken a swipe at President William Ruto after his parliamentary address.
Addressing members of the press immediately after coming out of the parliament to listen to the head of state as he opened 13th Parliament, Junet said that he was not pleased with Ruto at all.
According to the outspoken lawmaker, Ruto has not yet accepted that he won the election and that he still in campaign mood.
The leader said that the president’s speech was very short and meaningless adding that it had nothing serious.
“I’m serving my third term this is the shortest speech I’ve heard in parliament from the president. Looks like they did not have anything serious.
“I see the president is still in campaign mode. He is still issuing promises on top of his manifesto promises,” said Junet. More