Dp Ruto : Raila is desperate and fearful facing me in 2022
By Ericknewswritter. | self meida writer
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The deputy president has once again dared his opponent Rtd. Raila Odinga about the 2022.Ruto, who was speaking at Kilifi county in Kiwandani, Kilifi North has criticised Raila and welcomed him in the 2022 general elections.
He said that the former prime Minister should equip himeself well and stop being desperate about his wheelbarrows and Hustler narrative.Ruto warned Raila saying that his hustler politics have become a centre stage of Raila's addresses.
"The former prime Minister, Raila Odinga is in total panic. I can not imagine that my hustlers politics have become his talk and mode of addressing Kenyans. I request him to join me in this race for 2022 and be ready for the race" Ruto said.
The deputy president was in Kilifi county where he met clergy leaders, MCAs and member of Parliament from the region. In attendance is the Kilifi county governor, Amason Kingi, his deputy and other leaders. The deputy president is expected to lead a fundrive tomorrow in the region.
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