Saboti MP Caleb Amisi has questioned President Uhuru Kenyatta’s failure to take disciplinary action against his deputy William Ruto accusing him of sabotaging the government’s development agenda.
Speaking in Kitale, Mr. Amisi advised president Kenyatta against leaving Ruto to keep on with attacks on the government that he is part of, as he seeks popularity to benefit his 2022 presidential ambition.
“The president has been too lenient on his deputy yet he has proven that he is hell bent on sabotaging his development track record as he seeks to succeed him,” he spoke while disturbing sewing machines to women groups in his constituency.
The legislator said MPs allied to the Kieleweke faction will marshal numbers in parliament to have an impeachment motion by Lugari MP Ayub Savula fast tracked to kick out the Deputy President if the president fails to act.
“We are ready to push through with the impeachment motion if the president will spare the deputy president who has kept condoning the culture of lawlessness which he has been perpetuating for long,” said Mr. Amisi.
The MP advised Kenyans against being worried about the safety of the Covid 19 vaccine which has been delivered in the country to boost efforts in combating the spread of the pandemic.
“There should be no cause for alarm since the vaccine has undergone the necessary quality checks. The government cannot have intentions of harming its citizens,” he noted.
Meanwhile, the legislator said he is committed to economically empowering his constituents through his foundation in partnership with other development partners.
“The sewing machine project has benefited women groups in Trans Nzoia. The project was funded by the Caleb Amisi foundation in conjunction with the United Arab Emirates embassy,” he said.