Ruto: Kenya Kwanza MPs to be Taught table manners


On Saturday, President William Ruto will teach Kenya Kwanza leaders dining etiquette.

Leaders must master eating etiquette, said Ruto.

“Tomorrow we are also going to have a session to show you a bit of etiquette. We want to show you what to do. Because sometimes we get embarrassed when senior people don’t even know how to hold a spoon or a fork,” he said.

At a Naivasha retreat with Kenya Kwanza legislators, the President delivered his remarks.

They also evaluated their manifesto and talked about concerns related to the National Assembly’s leadership.

Ruto explained that the program was an attempt to advise the leaders.

“You know some people we take things for granted. So tutapangana namna hiyo,” he added.

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