Political novices at State House misleading the President
23 June 2015, 10:00
Nakuru - A member of parliament allied to the Jubilee coalition has blamed ‘political novices’ for misleading the President.
Kuresoi north MP, Moses Cheboi said that some test-tube politicians in State House have taken the President hostage and are misleading him into making unpopular decisions.
Speaking Sunday at his constituency, Cheboi said a dangerous cartel was formed at the Nairobi State House, which he said is tarnishing the image and reputation of the President.
“The President has been taken hostage by a dangerous click of people at State House and the recent decisions he has been making is a clear indication that he is being mislead. The naming of senior government officials in the list of shame and denying the former Prime Minister and former Vice President their pensions portrayed the government in a very bad light,” said Cheboi.
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He added: “The President made a big mistake by filling State House with political novices as his advisers who are giving him raw and misleading advice.”
The MP further urged the President to review his team of advisers for the sake of his own reputation and that of his government.
He blamed leader of majority in the national assembly, Aden Duale for failing to advice the President accordingly.
“Duale is among the people who are using his position and power to mislead the President and if the President doesn’t realize that then, Duale will be among the people to bring him down,” he opined.
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