Ndindi Nyoro, the Kiharu Member of parliament was restless on the floor of the house on August 3 after DP Ruto’s dramatic failed trip to Uganda.
The legislator called on Parliament not to sit back and watch the government oppressing officials as it did to the Deputy President.
“In this house we have the privilege of raising such issues]Speaker. I don’t think as a country we should just watch as an overzealous government official humiliates a person in the stature of the deputy president,” the Kiharu Mp said.
Ndindi Nyoro also protested the move by immigration officers to ask Wiliam Ruto to seek clearance from parliament yet he was on a private visit to Uganda.
Ndindi Nyoro’s stir in parliament was met with dismissal from members of the opposition.
Mbita MP Millie Odhiambo silenced Ndindi Nyoro for making matters of DP Ruto’s camp a parliamentary affair.
“Speaker, I have noted with concern a growing practice. That there are members given too much lee way to be out of order. Even earlier on, they came to this house adorning party outfits,” she said.
Millie Odhiambo warned the house against entertaining such behaviors from DP Ruto’s camp.
“If he continues that way, I will also come here adorning orange and dance on the floor.”
Members of DP Ruto’s camp have been on a rampage since his failed trip to Uganda on Monday, August 2.
They have termed the move by the government to prevent Ruto from traveling as a form of humiliation and intimidation.
However, reports have emerged that Ruto’s tour to Uganda was cut short due to safety reasons.
According to the Nation, a man named as Harun Aydin, who was to accompany Ruto to Uganda is of questionable character.
This, Ruto allies have vehemently denied, saying Aydin is a businessperson involved in fruit farming.
They have warned the media against falling for the trap of security officers and in turn sending away investors.