Ruto Asked MPs To Put Kenyans' Needs Ahead

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President William Samoei Ruto has asked MPs to prioritise projects that directly impact Kenyans' lives.

Ruto spoke on Wednesday while addressing a Kenya Kwanza Parliamentary Group in State House, Nairobi.

He told them to carry out their parliamentary assignments with seriousness.

"You were elected to serve the people; their issues must come first," he said.

He urged the MPs to desist from engaging in trivial issues like the review of the Constitution to alter the presidential term limit.

"As President, I won't participate in efforts aimed at mutilating the Constitution for parochial, selfish and personal interests," he noted.

He told the MPs to pass regulations that will facilitate the implementation of the hustler's fund.

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