DP Ruto consoles jubilee party’s once outspoken former majority leader at the national assembly Aden Duale

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Just hours after once jubilee party’s front soldier aden Duale was removed from the powerful position of Majority Leader in the NAtional Assembly during Jubilee Party’s Parliamentary Group meeting that was chaired by President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday at the KICC and replaced by Kipipiri MP Amos Kimunya, many leaders allied to deputy president william ruto’s team have decided to take it the social media platforms consoling the former outspoken majority leader

 

Deputy President William Ruto sent a message of encouragement to Garissa Township MP Aden Duale who lost his position as the Leader of Majority in the National Assembly and further praised him for discharging his responsibilities with passion for the duration of his tenure.

My brother Aden Duale, you are a great leader. For the last 8yrs, you discharged your responsibilities as our party’s 1st majority leader with style,precision, passion and loyalty. My friend, when parliamentary history is written you will have a chapter. Mbele iko sawa na Mungu.

My brother Aden Duale, you are a great leader. For the last 8yrs, you discharged your responsibilities as our party’s 1st majority leader with style,precision, passion and loyalty. My friend, when parliamentary history is written you will have a chapter. Mbele iko sawa na Mungu.

— William Samoei Ruto, PhD (@WilliamsRuto) June 22, 2020 ” data-wplink-url-error=”true”>http://

“My brother Aden Duale, you are a great leader. For the last 8 years, you discharged your responsibilities as our party’s 1st majority leader with style, precision, passion and loyalty,” Ruto tweeted on Monday evening.

The DP Ruto also added that Duale will be in the parliamentary books of history for the work he did during his tenure.

“My friend, when parliamentary history is written you will have a chapter. Mbele iko sawa na Mungu,” Ruto tweeted.

 

 

The Garissa Township MP has now said he is ready to document his eight year tenure.

“As the first Leader of Majority Party in the Constitution of Kenya 2010, I can now pen down this for history and record: I came, I saw and I conquered. God bless Kenya,” he tweeted.

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