- On December 2, while addressing the newly sworn-in PSs, Ruto said their job is to serve Kenyans and not private positions.
- Ruto said the agenda taken to the floor of the house is not a private agenda but that for the public and his administration.
President William Ruto has said the public's expectation from his administration is too high.
Speaking while addressing Kenya Kwanza MPs during the Parliamentary Group meeting, Ruto said the MPs cannot afford to drop the ball on the promises they gave to Kenyans.
"Forgive our parliamentary leadership, it's because we are pushing them hard," he said.
Ruto said any agenda taken to the floor of the house is not a private but for the public and his administration.
"This is our government, we have to work together towards delivering on our programmes sent to National Assembly and the Senate," he said.
On December 2, while addressing the newly swornin PSs, Ruto said their job is to serve Kenyans and not private positions.
He added that he expects them to give their best in service to the people of Kenya.
"The jobs, responsibilities and position you have been given not to serve your private ambition, family or community but to serve the people of Kenya. I expect every PS to diligently work to the best of their ability to serve the 53 million Kenyans," he said.