NYACHAE: Calls for Ruto to resign attempt to side step Constitution

Those calling for his resignation on account of perceived differences with the President do so from a pre-2010 Constitution mentality.

In Summary

• The calls to the Deputy President to resign, raise both a political and a Constitutional issue.

• In this reflection, I will focus on the Constitutional issue, which I believe has not been given attention in the debate.

In recent months, political players and commentators have challenged Deputy President William Ruto to resign on account of the seemingly deteriorating relationship between him and his boss, the ...

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