DP Ruto has bursted at the BBI proponents over their push for the building bridges initiative ahead of the 2022 polls. According to Ruto, he added that the BBI proposers has requested them to apologize for the people of Kenya over their move against the initiative.
While speaking during the rally, the DP Ruto had bursted at the proposers of the building bridges initiative to apologize for the people of Kenya.
Dp Ruto stated that the BBI used a lot of cash to push for the initiative that was against the constitution. The DP Ruto stated that the proposers of the initiative to apologize for the Kenyan people before he leaks out how he used the initiative to rob the people of Kenya.
In addition Ruto added that he is the only gut who can stop corruption and protect the hustlers from the current situation in government due to failed economy. Do you believe with the statement of the DP Ruto? Kindly share your views and comments on this matter.
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