Kalonzo Musyoka, leader of the opposition Wiper Party, has said that President William Ruto is making all of his choices and implementing all of his programs on his own.
Kalonzo, who met with Azimio La Umoja MPs on Friday, October 21, questioned Ruto’s allegation that the president lacks an authorized Cabinet.
The Mashujaa Day pledge to build 100 dams during his five years in power was one of the pronouncements that Kalonzo emphasized.
Kalonzo claims that President Ruto’s style of leadership is similar to those of other foreign leaders who removed roadblocks on their way to establishing dictatorial regimes.
More importantly, Kalonzo pointed out that President Ruto’s decision to reward his cronies was part of the preparations to construct an authoritarian state.
He pointed to neighboring nations where dictatorial regimes had been ratified and warned that Kenya may be pushed into a similar situation.
Kalonzo also cited Ruto’s move to abolish the Special Service Unit (SSU), create special funding for the Judiciary and National Police Service, and plans to manufacture fertilizer with East African nations.