An exchange of words has ensued between Deputy President William Ruto and Saboti MP, Caleb Amisi after the DP told the lawmaker to his face that he would not support development in his constituency unless he joins his political camp. Addressing a public rally at Endebess Primary School on Friday last week, Ruto scolded Amisi and warned that his constituency will only benefit from national government if he cooperates.
The DP said the government would build three technical colleges in Cherangany, Endebes, Kiminini and Kwanza constituencies but not in Saboti. “The government will from next month set up three technical training colleges in Kiminini, Endebess and Cherangany. I have also asked Kwanza to look for a piece of land where we will build a college but in Saboti. Unless the area MP stops the ‘Tibiim' and ‘Tialala' politics he will have to sort himself out,” Ruto told the rally.
But in a rejoinder, Amisi, who was elected on an Orange Democraticmovement (ODM) ticket vowed not to succumb to pressure from the Deputy President to join his camp in favour of development from the national government. Speaking at Victory church in Mitume, Kitale the youthful lawmakeracccused the DP of practising dictatorial politics According to the MP, Ruto is out to force elected leaders to dance to his political tune.
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