Nairobi Senator Edwin Sifuna appears to be criticizing the Kenya Kwanza administration from all angles in the last few days.
The newest one, however, comes after the senator stated that he will not attend President William Ruto’s State of the Nation Address in Parliament.
In a post on X (formerly Twitter), Sifuna outlined his reasons as to why he will not be part and parcel of Ruto’s speech concerning the state of the nation.
“Ruto cannot be trusted to paint the true picture of the State of the Nation which as you know is dire,” read the statement.
The legislator also stated that he would not sit and listen to what he termed as lies.
He also revealed that the standing orders required that the head of state in an address to Parliament should be heard in silence.
The President is expected to deliver his first-ever State of the Nation address since taking to power in September last year, during which he will address a joint Parliamentary sitting of both the National Assembly and Senate.