Deputy President William Ruto has called on Government institutions to respect separation of powers, saying anything short of that is a recipe for anarchy in the country.
He urged the three arms of Government: – The Judiciary, The Executive and The Legislature to operate within the confines of the provisions of the Constitution. There should be mutual respect between the institutions for good governance to be realized.
The Deputy President was speaking at Kiambu Township Secondary School where he presented ICT certificates to more than 1000 teachers who had completed computer literacy courses.
The Deputy President presents ICT literacy certificates to Kiambu County Teachers.
Once again the Deputy President asked elected leaders to stop bickering over Government development programmes saying such a discourse would only serve to stifle progress that the Government has embarked on.
“We are committed to expanding the economy to improve the lives of all Kenyans and no amount of noise will discourage us from that objective.”
Mr. Ruto who gave one million shillings for the expansion of the Kiambu Township Secondary School and pledged another two million shillings to St. Peters Secondary School, Ndumberi said it was critical to improve facilities in schools in the country so as to provide quality education to students and make them ready to take on challenges of nation building in future.
Kiambu Governor William Kabogo alleged that some Government officials had grabbed public land in the county making it difficult to build public utility projects like schools and asked the Government to intervene.