Deputy President William Ruto has yet again given a hint that he will not accept anything to do with Parliamentary system of government in 2022.
Even before official handover of Building Bridges Initiative report, a section of politicians allied to Ruto have vehemently opposed any plan to introduce Parliamentary system of government.
At Gekano on Saturday, Ruto lashed out at opposition leader Raila Odinga, accusing him of 'relaxing' in Nairobi only to start disturbing people when he loses.
The DP insisted that the people will be given opportunity to chose their leaders, adding that 'they are employers' and perfectly know their job.
"Some people are busy relaxing in Nairobi and yet they know you're employers. They will come here with rhetoric and story-telling when it's too late," he said in reference to Raila.
"They don't know that we have exams in coming months and you're the markers. You'll give those doing their work jobs and not those jokers."
Dr Ruto said Jubilee goverment will continue to push for development agenda across all regions. He asked critics to keep off from criticising government.
Ruto was accompanied by Dr Joash Maangi, MPs Vincent Kemosi, Shadrack Mose, Joash Nyamoko and South Mugirango's Sylvanus Osoro.