• Manyora urged Kenyans to give the duo more time to straighten things out as they are still learning how to run the government.
• "They are still finding their space. They are still learning the ropes. You might need to give it some little time," he said.
Political analyst Herman Manyora has said President William Ruto and and his deputy Rigathi Gachagu need more time to accomplish what they promised in their manifesto.
Addressing the media on Wednesday, Manyora said the challenges Ruto met upon ascending to power were too much.
"You might want to give him time because the challenges are too much," Manyora said.
He said the duo did not anticipate what they found and that running the government is difficult.
"I also believe that these people did not except what they found in terms of they did not know that running government was this difficult," Manyora said.
The analyst urged Kenyans to give the duo more time to straighten things out as they are still learning how to run the government.
"They are still finding their space. They are still learning the ropes. You might need to give it some little time," he said.
Manyora, however, warned that things could get out of hand adding that the duo may need a constant reminder so that they may not slip.
"But here is a danger that things could get out of control, so you need also a constant reminder to them, so that they may not slip," he said.
Manyora also spoke of the IEBC four removal saying it is an unnecessary activity that presents one as someone out to seek revenge.
"Those are things which a more seasoned leader would forget about and not pursue. When pursuing the four commissioners, people can only see revenge in it. Because there are bigger things you should be attending to, which you are not," he said.