- Those who’ve joined him have many corrupt skeletons in their cupboards.
- He say he will expose all in the coming weeks. They are going to wish they never joined politics.
The Kenyan abroad based professor, the one Makau Mutua has taken a shipe at the Deputy President William Samoe Ruto over scandals.
This, according to Mutua is his soft underbelly.
He has warned those who joined Ruto saying many are corrupt skeleton in their cupboards and he will expose all in the coming weeks.
He added that they are going to wish they never joined politics.
"DP @WilliamsRuto is the most scandal-ridden politician in Kenyan history. This is his soft underbelly. Those who’ve joined him have many corrupt skeletons in their cupboards. I will expose ALL in the coming weeks. They are going to wish they never joined politics. Watch me." Mutua stated.
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