Wiper Movement party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has hit on Deputy President William Ruto following his recent rally to Kitui County where he met more than 100,000 women from different constituencies.
During his visit the DP called upon the residents to support his presidential bid adding that the next government will be all inclusive and will first focus on the ordinary mwananchi.
Dismissing Ruto's visit, Kalonzo while addressing residents in Mwingi town claimed that Ruto's wealth is 'ill-gotten' and he was in the county to woo voters of their votes y giving them handouts.
The One Kenya Alliance chief alleged that Ruto distributed more than Sh10 million in Kitui on Friday, yet his businesses are known, and they cannot amount to such funds in a single day.
The former Vice President went on to claim that Ruto's Bottom-up economic model is not in a position to solve long term economic problems facing the country but only made to provide quick fixes that cannot revive the economy.
He furthr reinstated that he was not fearing to face the DP on the ballot come next year, adding that he will not play a second fiddle to anyone.
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