Four MPs have today staged a walkout on H.E Uhuru Kenyatta during an event where the President was officially opening the newly build Bomet University.

The Mps who are allied to the Deputy President William Ruto stormed out after they were reportedly denied a chance to dress down Uhuru for refusing to publicly endorse William Ruto for president 2022. According to intelligence reports, the MPs were indeed denied a chance to speak after it was revealed how they had planned to embarrass the president and force him to affirm his support for Ruto’s 2022 bid.

The four MPs including Bomet Central MP Ronald Tonui, Bomet East MP Beatrice Kones, Konoin MP Brighton Yegon and Bomet Senator Christopher Langat walked out of the function shortly after President Kenyatta had made his address.

With total disrespect to the presidency, the MPs staged the walkout leaving behind the president and his delegation after which they moved to hold a parallel rally miles away from the venue where the head of state was. At the mini-rally, the MPs expressed their anger for “mistreatment”. In a video currently doing rounds on social media, the Bomet Central MP Ronald Tonui would find an opportunity to claim that they only wanted to protest the decision to award Moses Kuria as the Main contractor to build Bomet University and employing “outsiders” to work at the institution. The legislators further warned that they will not allow “outsiders” to treat them as children.

Below is the video: