“He asked us why we wanted to place hurdles in the way of his government. Some of our colleagues who tried to argue out the case were also asked to explain their interest in the court case,” an MP confided in The Standard. “The boss was so furious that he even refused to talk to us further and stormed out of the meeting, together with Ruto, ignoring calls by my colleagues urging them to stay,” added a Jubilee MP from Central. He went on: “The two even declined to take lunch at the invitation of the House leadership.”
The President expressed his displeasure with the MPs for trying to undermine his government for their selfish interests.