Speaking today evening, deputy president William Ruto urged president to stay away from the ongoing campaigns since he's not among those seeking any elective seat in the oncoming general election.
He reminded president on how he assisted him in building SGR, roads, TTIs, connecting electricity and many other projects but when he left him to work with former prime minister Raila Odinga, everything including big 4 failed and the current economy of the country is in a bad state.
"Kumbuka ni mimi nilikusaidia tukajenga reli, hizi barabara, TTIs na tukaunganisha stima. Nilipokuwacha mfanye kazi na Bwana Kitendawili ata Big 4 ikasambaratika.... Waswahili wanasema Pilipili yakuwashiani?" DP Ruto said.
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