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  • NYANZA SIO KENYA >

  • The only people who celebrated are from two tribes in Kenya(The GEMA THIEVING TRIBE and KAMATUSA CATTLE RUSTLERS and more so from one specific tribe, the Kikuyu community, have you already forgotten the tyranny of numbers?

    Where are those who helped Kenya into the path of peace after 2007 elections, Koffi Annan, Mrs Mandela and others, the only leaders who showed up was summarized by Museveni, who with no shame trashed the ICC and yet he has grabbed our land, does he know we lost our brothers and sisters during the 2007/2008 clashes and who are waiting for justice?.

    Was is a sign from God when the road from Nairobi to Nakuru became impassable, that is the road that people from specific tribes were pulled from vehicles and hacked to death.
    http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/?articleI….way-impassabl e

    Should i be proud that we have two people leading our country who have been accused to financing, planning and supporting the murder of Kenyans?, should i defend them saying its the west that is setting this fellows up.

    The status quo will never and had never any intention of having a free and fair elections where those in the outer circle will lead
    Kenya.In 2007 when Raila won blood was spilled just to keep the power within, what did we expect in the time of peace, even the system we thought will help,Judiciary was the last nail on the coffin, democracy is just but a word in Kenya.

    And to those who still believe in opposition, then that is where they belong, what is the point if after every five years the elections is pre determined and manipulated, its time to wake up and face the reality, there is no lesson learned in 2007 and now 2013.

  • Harry Hazueruth.

    President Kenyatta will have more nightmares. nearly half of the voters hate him with a passion and like his late father he will decide if he so wishes never to visit former Nyanza, Western,
    Coast and parts of Eastern and Rift Valley where no support for him as individual exist and will not exist. if he extends an olive branch what type will it be? frankly for those from Nyanza etc whose radios are now playing funeral music it will not be what he says that will matter but what he does. and like the outgoing President he may choose to equally ignore those who ignore him after all the Constitution has provided for devolution. will the Transition Authority be aided to implement the Constitution to the letter or will we see more stalling of the centre letting go?
    We didn’t see. Mr Kofi Anan and other who helped Kenya in time when kenya needed him Most?
    Why did Kenya organizers failed (forgotten) to invite Prominent Elders who negotiated Peace in 2008 when kenya was burning)?

    Why didnt’ Uhuru and Ruto people invite Luis Moreno Ocampo who made sure that Leaders in Kenya will not incite Voters to fight any longer?

  • Kwani Yeye Ni Nani.

    Why the Criminal Sudanese President Skipped Uhuru Kenyatta And Ruto Swearing in ? The Fugitive President( ANGEKULIWA MATAKO)Lieutenant General Omar al-Bashir was “conspicuously” missing from the inauguration of new Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, despite having attended the promulgation of the country’s new constitution in 2010.

    Early reports had suggested the ICC-indicted strongman would represent the Sudanese government at Tuesday’s lavish fete, but he apparently changed his mind, probably due to the ruckus raised by rights activists.

    But as Africa Review later found out exclusively, Bashir failed to attend because he could not convince any of the other Presidents attending to sneak him into their entourages.

    We present classified transcripts of the telephone conversation frenzy:

    Bashir: Hey Zuma, long time man! How are the wives doing? Five now? Six? I’m never sure who between us has more. By the way; I hear you managed to squash that irritating fly known as Malema. How did you do it? Your man-management skills are awesome, wish I could do the same with Kiir. Never mind, have a favour to ask though, can I tag along with your delegation to the Nairobi do? Have to keep a low profile these days; you know…

    Zuma: Sorry man, wish I could rope you in, but as you know I just hosted BRICS the other day, and the world thinks I am the real deal. If only they knew. Still, can’t afford to mess that up, gotta keep up appearances as a statesman, you know. Plus can’t give any more ammunition to the Boers, who all think I’m a buffoon.

    Bashir. Okay Casanova, forget then about that black market oil deal I was hoping to talk to you about. Let me speak to Jonathan, a sensible and decent man, that one.

    Bashir: Goodluck Ebele my man! You lucky son of a gun! Impressed my call got through, I am told you have permanent power black outs up there. Have you tried firing the power boss? Listen, I need to get to Uhuru’s bash, any chance of me going in incommunicado with you annoyingly boisterous Nigerians? On the flight, I might even show you how to deal with those Boko Haram chaps the way I sorted out Darfur…

    Jonathan: Sorry man, can’t help, have been having this nagging feeling my legendary luck is about to run out, and I don’t want to tempt fate. By the way, what do we have in common again?

    Bashir: Bah? You Nigerians are all style and no substance as I always knew, let me speak to a much more forceful man, Kagame.

    Bashir: Kagaaaame! Long time comrade, how’s the eastern Congo resources thing going on? How do I get in on the act, seriously need some foreign exchange. But hey, we’ll speak about that later. Looking to tag along with you to Kenya, I feel your company since you have magically found a way to punch above your weight regionally. How do you do it with such a tiny country?

    Kagame: Big Man Bashir! Eastern Congo is minting money, but you know, I can’t speak loudly about that. Can’t lug you along though, wish I could but you know those Western chaps currently have me under a microscope, aid cuts and all, keeping my head down, if you know what I mean. Can’t antagonise those red-nosed geezers anymore at this time. Try M7?

    Bashir: Ok. Kaguta? How’ve you been man? Have to admit I don’t understand half of what you say, you are rather incoherent, but a man’s gotta try anyway. Tell me, when are you going to Nairobi? Trying to fly under the radar of those pesky activists…

    Museveni: You devil! Wish I could help but you know those wazungus (white men) still call the shots around here, unlike you, my oil is still in the ground. Plus I have been chosen to speak on behalf of other presidents, so I have to look the part and having you in my delegation doesn’t really help, you know. Perhaps, you could go in disguised as a woman?

    Bashir: You people are all just unbelievable. To hell with this Uhuru bash, those Kenyans are annoying anyway, some judge there even ruled that I be arrested if I show up in the kafir country. Can you imagine? No wonder, their experiment with this thing called democracy keeps flopping. Can you picture me retiring? Or losing an election? Duh! Have a war to ignite with Kiir, let me drop some bombs over there, it’s been a while and he is too comfortable. Inaugurations are boring anyway. Puh!AL BASHIR ANGELIKULIWA MATAKO !HARAFU ANYOLEWE MAFUSI BILA MANJI!

    Twitter: @ShrewdAfrican

  • Pukhulu King'othup

    William Ruto is known as a wife-beater !When will Niggers South of Sahara civilize and stop beating and torturing their wives?
    http://omundukhumundu.wordpress.com/2013/04/10/william-oduols-wife-crying-for-justice-fears-for-her-life/

  • at Susan
    I hear you but we will soon rejoice the Attorney General is not able to become Amicus Curiae with Fatou Bensouda and how I love that woman….not to mention Ekaterina….Mr Uhuru Keniata would you like some water?Do you like a glass of water Mr Keniata???

  • Silence on Awkward Topics at Inauguration of Kenya’s President

    By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN

    Published: April 9, 2013

    NAIROBI, Kenya — Once again, a Kenyatta has taken the reins.

    On Tuesday, under a brilliant blue sky flecked with a few puffs of crisp white clouds, Uhuru Kenyatta, son of Kenya’s first president, was sworn in as the nation’s fourth head of state amid a full day of pageantry, with a who’s who of Africa in attendance.

    But there was a certain subject that no amount of sunshine or triumphant cannon fire could blast away: the International Criminal Court, which has charged Mr. Kenyatta with crimes against humanity.

    Little digs — and not-so-little digs — were defiantly sprinkled into several of the celebratory speeches. Uganda’s president, Yoweri Museveni, saluted Kenyans for what he called “the rejection of the blackmail of the International Criminal Court,” which he said was steered by “arrogant actors” to “install leaders of their choice in Africa and eliminate those they don’t like.”

    Mr. Kenyatta’s running mate, William Ruto, who was sworn in as deputy president and who has also been charged by the international court with crimes against humanity, then repeated widely criticized comments made by a senior American official.

    “It was said that choices have consequences,” Mr. Ruto said, referring to what many observers said was a ham-handed warning by Johnnie Carson, who recently stepped down as the assistant secretary of state for Africa, in the prelude to the elections. “And look at the consequences,” Mr. Ruto said, with a huge grin, suggesting that the warning had backfired, driving more supporters to the polls. “We won in Round 1.”

    Prosecutors at the International Criminal Court have accused Mr. Kenyatta, 51, of using his vast family fortune to bankroll death squads during the chaos that exploded after Kenya’s presidential election in 2007. Mr. Kenyatta has insisted that he is innocent and that the accusations are based on gossip.

    But it seems no matter how forward-looking he wants to be, his presidency, at least in its early days, is going to be dogged by the past. Several Western countries, including the United States, have signaled that they will keep their distance from him because of the graveness of the allegations, though they may have a hard time doing that because Kenya is one of the West’s most important allies in Africa.

    The American ambassador to Kenya, along with other Western envoys, did attend the inauguration. But even that was interpreted by some Kenyans as a snub because the Kenyan news media reported that China, for instance, had sent a high-level delegation from Beijing, and many African countries sent heads of state.

    Mr. Kenyatta made a thinly veiled reference to the court in his inauguration speech, saying that “Kenya will strive to uphold our international obligations,” but that these obligations must be based on “mutual respect.” He also delivered a long list of things he planned to do: give laptops to schoolchildren, fight wildlife poachers, abolish health center fees and extend electricity.

    He congratulated the nation for carrying out the most complicated election in its history, and for showing patience when the outcome was delayed by problems with the vote count. He also emphasized that he wanted Kenya to move beyond ethnic-based politics, which often erupt in violence.

    “We will not settle for a perfunctory peace that is disrupted every five years by an election cycle,” he said. “Rather, we are calling and working toward a permanent peace.”

    The swearing-in ceremony, held in a packed stadium in Nairobi, capped an exhausting election period that started months ago when the country’s leading politicians split into rival camps. On March 4, millions of Kenyans streamed to the polls, some waiting for 10 hours on their feet to cast ballots.

    Election officials declared Mr. Kenyatta the outright winner, narrowly avoiding a runoff, but the second-place finisher, Raila Odinga, who just stepped down as prime minister, cried foul, pointing to widespread breakdowns in the election commission’s computer systems. He challenged the results, but Kenya’s Supreme Court upheld Mr. Kenyatta’s victory.

    In a sign that feelings were still raw, Mr. Odinga skipped the inauguration, saying he wanted to rest in South Africa. One of his aides said Tuesday that Mr. Odinga did not want to bestow legitimacy on an election that he still believed had been rigged.

    But other African leaders were there in force, squinting in the sun, watching an honor guard stand stiffly on the parade ground, beads of sweat trickling down their faces. Among the dignitaries were Goodluck Jonathan, Nigeria’s president, topped with a fedora; Salva Kiir, president of South Sudan, in his signature black Stetson; and Mr. Museveni wearing a finely tailored suit and a floppy bush-fighter hat.

    At the end of the festivities, after the cannon smoke cleared and the brass horns went quiet, Mr. Kenyatta ascended the steps of an antique convertible Land Rover and made a victory lap around the stadium. He was just a high school student when his father, Jomo, died in office in 1978.
    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/10/world/africa/kenyatta-sworn-in-as-president-of-kenya.html?_r=0

  • Business as usual

    It would be a very grave mistake for Uhuru Kenyatta sharing Power with Ruto.Hence Ruto and his KAMATUSA backward tribe must (must) be reminded that (GEMA ) Owns Kenya therefore Kamatusa lives under the mercy of GEMA-Supremacy!This must be reminded not only to William Ruto but to any other Kenyan tribe in this Kenya! Kikuyu fought for this country when All other tribes were living in Caves !This history Must be taught in every school in Kenya especially to Rift Valley where Ruto believes he is King!
    Uhuru must from now Prove to Ruto that A deputy President cannot be allowed to have full-power otherwise Ruto must not have more power than that Musyoka Kalonzo or Saitoti had during Moi Presidency!Ruto should not get 50-50 power sharing hence he becomes like that CAMEL that grew horn when it entered an Arab-Tent!President Kenyatta’s The National Alliance (TNA) and Deputy President Ruto’s United Republican Party (URP) are therefore equal partners in the governing coalition. This gives the latter much more clout than any predecessors at number two, reinforced by the fact that the vote basket commanded by the Deputy President was key to delivering Jubilee victory.

    Like the President’s speech, Mr Ruto’s address touched on the same issues of peace and national unity, touched on the need for inclusive government and extended a nod to the opposition.

    But it went even further revealing why he and Mr Kenyatta initially decided to work together, that their alliance was founded not on the quest for the presidency, but on the search for peace in areas traditionally hit by ethnic violence every election period.

    The Deputy President did not have to amplify that he and the new President are bound together by the International Criminal Court indictments over the 2007-2008 post-election violence. The irony is that the ICC targeted the two as presumed commanders on opposite sides of the Kalenjin and Kikuyu forces that have often gone for each other in the Rift Valley.

    Mr Ruto on Tuesday promised a peace dividend in the Rift Valley out of the election outcome, vowing that never again would the region be split asunder by ethnic violence.

  • Bashir and ICC

    The real reason why Sudan’s Bashir skipped Kenya presidential feteBy LEE MWITI | Wednesday, April 10 2013 at 08:47

    Lieutenant General Omar al-Bashir was “conspicuously” missing from the inauguration of new Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, despite having attended the promulgation of the country’s new constitution in 2010.

    Early reports had suggested the ICC-indicted strongman would represent the Sudanese government at Tuesday’s lavish fete, but he apparently changed his mind, probably due to the ruckus raised by rights activists.

    But as Africa Review later found out exclusively, Bashir failed to attend because he could not convince any of the other Presidents attending to sneak him into their entourages.

    We present classified transcripts of the telephone conversation frenzy:

    Bashir: Hey Zuma, long time man! How are the wives doing? Five now? Six? I’m never sure who between us has more. By the way; I hear you managed to squash that irritating fly known as Malema. How did you do it? Your man-management skills are awesome, wish I could do the same with Kiir. Never mind, have a favour to ask though, can I tag along with your delegation to the Nairobi do? Have to keep a low profile these days; you know…

    Zuma: Sorry man, wish I could rope you in, but as you know I just hosted BRICS the other day, and the world thinks I am the real deal. If only they knew. Still, can’t afford to mess that up, gotta keep up appearances as a statesman, you know. Plus can’t give any more ammunition to the Boers, who all think I’m a buffoon.

    Bashir. Okay Casanova, forget then about that black market oil deal I was hoping to talk to you about. Let me speak to Jonathan, a sensible and decent man, that one.

    Bashir: Goodluck Ebele my man! You lucky son of a gun! Impressed my call got through, I am told you have permanent power black outs up there. Have you tried firing the power boss? Listen, I need to get to Uhuru’s bash, any chance of me going in incommunicado with you annoyingly boisterous Nigerians? On the flight, I might even show you how to deal with those Boko Haram chaps the way I sorted out Darfur…

    Jonathan: Sorry man, can’t help, have been having this nagging feeling my legendary luck is about to run out, and I don’t want to tempt fate. By the way, what do we have in common again?

    Bashir: Bah? You Nigerians are all style and no substance as I always knew, let me speak to a much more forceful man, Kagame.

    Bashir: Kagaaaame! Long time comrade, how’s the eastern Congo resources thing going on? How do I get in on the act, seriously need some foreign exchange. But hey, we’ll speak about that later. Looking to tag along with you to Kenya, I feel your company since you have magically found a way to punch above your weight regionally. How do you do it with such a tiny country?

    Kagame: Big Man Bashir! Eastern Congo is minting money, but you know, I can’t speak loudly about that. Can’t lug you along though, wish I could but you know those Western chaps currently have me under a microscope, aid cuts and all, keeping my head down, if you know what I mean. Can’t antagonise those red-nosed geezers anymore at this time. Try M7?

    Bashir: Ok. Kaguta? How’ve you been man? Have to admit I don’t understand half of what you say, you are rather incoherent, but a man’s gotta try anyway. Tell me, when are you going to Nairobi? Trying to fly under the radar of those pesky activists…

    Museveni: You devil! Wish I could help but you know those wazungus (white men) still call the shots around here, unlike you, my oil is still in the ground. Plus I have been chosen to speak on behalf of other presidents, so I have to look the part and having you in my delegation doesn’t really help, you know. Perhaps, you could go in disguised as a woman?

    Bashir: You people are all just unbelievable. To hell with this Uhuru bash, those Kenyans are annoying anyway, some judge there even ruled that I be arrested if I show up in the kafir country. Can you imagine? No wonder, their experiment with this thing called democracy keeps flopping. Can you picture me retiring? Or losing an election? Duh! Have a war to ignite with Kiir, let me drop some bombs over there, it’s been a while and he is too comfortable. Inaugurations are boring anyway. Puh!

  • I support business as usual ideals but i would add that Uhuru and his advisors must be very carefully when dealing with Ruto . Ruto cannot be trusted 100%. Uhuru clan(men) must keep an eye always when dealing with Ruto besides ICC case Kamatusa ni wale wale tu!nothing have changed .Kikuyus must be settled in this great mRift Valley hence Kikuyus can teach Kalenjins how to farm and feed Kenya.There are many educated Kikuyus without jobs whom should be encouraged to go back to Mashambani and majority of them should be settled in Rift valley hence idle land. When it comes Land every body must
    accept kikuyu comes first before other tribes.

  • Thabiti Marulazi

    Statement : 05/04/2013

    05/04/2013
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    The Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), today issued the following statement relating to the situation in the Republic of Kenya:

    “The Office of the Prosecutor deplores the recent stream of sensationalist reports in the Kenyan media, on the level of witness cooperation. Witness protection remains one of our highest priorities. The Office will therefore not be drawn into any public speculation on the status of witnesses. The courage and integrity of witnesses are essential to the Court’s determination of the truth, which is at the heart of justice. It is in the interest of all concerned to allow justice to take its course.”

    Source: Office of the Prosecutor

  • Nikwaninya Hague.

    Uhuru alikuwa na share hii mwanamke na Sonko>Rachel Shebesh banned from state house by ….
    Discussion of general formal issues! Shebesh shibisha wote kwa penzi kipenzi raha!

  • All the african leaders have one thing in common, they ride on the ignorance of their citizens. Just watch jicho pevu videos on youtube, you will understand the kind of society that embraces impunity as their second nature! Tribal chauvinism is the disease tht infects even the newborns! Corruption & deceit is the order of the day, decisions made on mar 4th is a reflection of the kind of society kenyans are. I mean these people can even sell their babies for money. Try doing business with them, you will be deceived, conned, sometimes beaten and you would be lucky to get out of it alive!

  • @speters

    Citizens are all pumbavu in African leaders eyes. These guys can even sell their mothers for money, sio mchezo.

  • Bushmen Bushbaby

    A Lavish (nigger) president South of Sahara Better die so Quickly and stop wasting Public money when his Country-men/women has nothing to eat! may death take his soul>
    As he exits the murky world of politics, President Kibaki’s Sh500 million retire- ment home is now ready. President Kibaki will leave State House after next year’s March 4 General Election, ending a ten-year term in office. Works on the palatial home in Mweiga, along the Nyeri – Nyahururu highway, were completed in August this year and a contingent of the General Service Unit (GSU) has been deployed there.

    After opening this year’s Central ASK show at Kabiruini grounds, President Kibaki toured the home and had lunch there. Since then, his children have visited the home on many occasions. The permanent home lies on a 100 acre of land, which is part of the 1,000 acres of land belonging to Sasini Mweiga Estate. Reports say President Kibaki bought the farm.

    The head of the Sasini Mweiga Estate is Naushad Merali, who is his longtime friend. “The home has a swimming pool, Jacuzzi and other modern facilities. It is ready for use,” said a source from the farm. The home has a guest house, main house and secretariat offices. There are also security houses adjacent and a canteen for the workers. Well-manicured grounds, with a capacity of over 300 guests has also been established.

    The home is easily accessible with a helipad where helicopters can land and fly uniterrupted. President Kibaki currently has homes in Nairobi’s Muthaiga and Othaya. It is not clear whether he will be alternating between the homes since he will still be visiting the Othaya Kanyange home. The President has visited the home secretly more than twice in the last three years.

    “This tells many people that Kibaki might not retire in Othaya after all despite having a home which is well manned by the State and which is only about 25km away. Maybe he would like to rest without regular disturbances from his people who he have represent- ed for about 40 years in Parliament,” said a leader in Othaya.

    President Kibaki will next year be retiring after 50 years in active politics. Kibaki entered elective politics in 1963, winning the Doonholm constituency – now Makadara – in Nairobi on a Kanu ticket. He shifted to Othaya in 1974, which he has represented uninterrupted. Kibaki won the presidential election by a landslide in 2002 to become Kenya’s third president. His re-election in 2007 was disputed. The constitution bars him from con- testing in 2012 as he will have served two five-year terms.

    Kibaki can expect a luxurious life in retirement that includes 38 servants paid for by the public. He will collect a Sh17 million lump sum gratuity as a goodbye token from Government. This is calculated as a sum equal to his annual salary for the two terms served as President as stipulated in the Presidential Retirements Benefits Act (2003).

    He will receive at least Sh950,000 tax-free pensions each month — calculated as 80 per cent of the salary of the next President. The Othaya MP will be entitled to a housing allowance of Sh300,000 a month, Sh300,000 each month as electricity, water and telephone allowances; and a further Sh200,000 monthly as entertainment allowance. He will also be entitled to two four-wheel drive cars with an engine capacity of 3,400 cc and two others of his choice with an engine capacity of at least 3,000 cc.

    Kibaki will also receive Sh200,000 monthly as fuel allowance. A reputable insurance company will provide him and his wife at Government expense, with full medical and hospital cover providing for local and overseas treatment. He will be provided with a fully furnished “suitable” office and supplies. – The People

    House On The Aberdares Where Kibaki Will Retire | Mwakilishi.com

  • Election rigging ? its sad always in Kenya First Kivuitu and now this>
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=GdTVSuytAfo<<<&lt; Poleni RIP!

  • Dunia ni Dwala.

    Kenya is a Banana Republic (niggers) cannot run this country without European supervising each and every section (branch) How corrupt are these Kenyans! They are corrupt to the core! look how silly ,idiot low iqs lazy corrupt Kenya is

  • DEPUTY PRESIDENT IN KENYA HAS NO MEANING (SO UHURU KENYATTA SHOULD NOT RESPECT MOU) WITH RUTO! The only thing that Ruto should pray for is that Uhuru is not like Kibaki who will trush the MOU they deposited with the registrar of societies.

    The government, according to the swearing in of both Uhuru and Ruto is that they will uphold the constitution, and what does the constitution says about the president

    (2) The President shall nominate and, with the approval of the
    National Assembly, appoint, and may dismiss—
    (a) the Cabinet Secretaries, in accordance with Article 152;
    (b) the Attorney-General, in accordance with Article 156;
    (c) the Secretary to the Cabinet in accordance with Article
    154;
    (d) Principal Secretaries in accordance with Article 155;
    (e) high commissioners, ambassadors and diplomatic and
    consular representatives; and
    (f) in accordance with this Constitution, any other State or
    public officer whom this Constitution requires or empowers
    the President to appoint or dismiss.
    (3) The President shall—
    (a) chair Cabinet meetings;
    (b) direct and co-ordinate the functions of ministries and
    government departments; and
    (c) by a decision published in the Gazette, assign responsibility
    for the implementation and administration of any Act
    of Parliament to a Cabinet Secretary, to the extent not
    inconsistent with any Act of Parliament.
    (4) The President may—
    (a) perform any other executive function provided for in this
    Constitution or in national legislation and, except as otherwise
    provided for in this Constitution, may establish an office in
    the public service in accordance with the recommendation
    of the Public Service Commission;
    (b) receive foreign diplomatic and consular representatives;
    (c) confer honours in the name of the people and the
    Republic;
    (d) subject to Article 58, declare a state of emergency; and
    (e) with the approval of Parliament, declare war.

    When it comes to the Deputy president William Ruto

    147. (1) The Deputy President shall be the principal assistant of
    the President and shall deputies for the President in the execution of
    the President’s functions.
    (2) The Deputy President shall perform the functions conferred
    by this Constitution and any other functions of the President as the
    President may assign.
    (3) Subject to Article 134, when the President is absent or is
    temporarily incapacitated, and during any other period that the President
    decides, the Deputy President shall act as the President.
    (4) The Deputy President shall not hold any other State or public
    office.

    According to the constitution, the Deputy president get assigned what to do by the president, its at the president Uhuru discretion on what Ruto should do, there is no equal basis according to the constitution, atleast cabinet secretaries have ministries to run, the deputy president
    (4) The Deputy President shall not hold any other State or public
    office.
    According to the constitution.

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