As the country approaches next general elections, even though Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission is yet to declare the seats vacant, ODM Member of Parliament Peter Opondo Kaluma has viciously attacks Deputy President William Ruto, stating, the UDA alleged leader is too dangerous for Kenya, as Kenyatta's successor takes shape.
Speaking to his tweeter page, the outspoken ODM MP also long confidant to Raila Odinga claims, Deputy President is too bitter and even forgotten to have oppose the current constitution, that he has turn to be biggest defender.
"This Ruto looks very bitter. He even forgotten to have oppose the current constitution! Extremely dangerous for Kenya." Kaluma Wrote on his account Courtesy
However, Kenyans on tweeter have also disagrees to his sentiments in a mixed kind of political reaction;
Mbiu: Can you stay even a minutes without thinking about Ruto? Why can't you mind your business.
Wilfred: Just say extremely dangerous for you and not kenya, as some of us already bought his ideas. Stop this nonsense of hating one individual.
His remarks comes just hours after Deputy President directly respond to Kenyatta's remark that dares him to resign from government. He vows to be on mission and is not intending to retreat or surrender until he achieve the Bottoms up policy amid attempt to form next government.
"For those who have a problem with, I want to ask for forgiveness. I am a man of mission, I have no space to retreat or luxury to surrender." The DP fired back.
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