President William Ruto has today said Kenya has a huge shortage of fools even as he responded to the Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga's demands to have IEBC servers opened for an audit of the 2022 general election.
Speaking on Thursday during the Kitui tour where he opened a new level 5 Hospital where Military Officers from the Eastern region will be receiving health treatments, the head of state claimed it was evident and clear that both Raila and his financiers (Probably Uhuru) want to push for a grand coalition government something that won't happen anytime soon.In his argument, President William Ruto said that Kenyans are aware of the leaders who are pushing and funding Raila activities thinking that the Kenya Kwanza Government will be coerced into going to bed with people who have no value for the Nation. On the matters of Servers, Ruto said it plainly that Raila and his brother (s) think Kenyans weren't aware that they were opened from the onset of the general elections because it was conducted in a free and fair manner.
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