Muturi warns against excessive inclusion in bid to fix winner-takes-all politics » Capital News

The Kihara Member of Parliament who has recently emerged as a close ally of Deputy President William Ruto said it was not possible to expand the executive to accommodate over forty ethnic groups in the country.

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