"Continue Waiting," Ruto Tells Raila On His Promise To 2022
By ANjangiru | self meida writer
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The deputy president William Ruto has made fun of the ODM party leader Raila Odinga telling him that he should continue waiting for Uhuru's support for 2022.
Ruto attacked Raila and told him to prepare himself for the dust he will receive for the 2022 race instead of waiting for Uhuru Kenyatta to support him.
While speaking in Mombasa on February 5, Ruto said that Raila and his NASA team have no plan just as they had in 2017.
"Because they have no plan, they have started coming to me and Uhuru Kenyatta for the 2022 support. My friends, you are in the opposition, how do you go to the Jubilee for support? Plan early," said Ruto.
The DP said that what is happening to Raila, Kalonzo Musyoka and Musalia Mudavadi its just hopping around and if they continue playing, they will be surprised in 2022.
He said that in 2017, they wasted time without a presidential candidate which resulted in being beaten by Uhuru Kenyatta.
Ruti says that Raila has been breaking the political parties and he is now using the same tactic to break Jubilee.
President Uhuru promised to support Ruto in 2022 for his ten years ruling after he completes his ten years ruling.
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