Today on his official verified Twitter account has broken silence concerning how the media is presenting the deputy president news.
According to him the media houses in Kenya have ganged up against William Samoei Ruto who is a presidential candidate in the United Democratic Alliance party.
UDA presidential candidate party candidate William Samoei Ruto (Photo / Courtesy)
The UDA chairman claims that the media houses are giving Ruto a few seconds of airtime and also he claims that the media tried it in 2013 and 2017 but was defeated.
"Media houses have ganged up against @William Ruto Presidential Campaigns by giving him few seconds of the airtime. Such Political shenanigans are well known to the Hustlers 2/2 .....The same 'Modus Operandi' was tried in 2013 and 2017 but was defeated at the Ballot-box. @Williams Ruto is the 5th President of Kenya after Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta." Sen. Johnson Muthama tweeted on his official verified Twitter account.
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