The deputy president William Ruto has directly hit at his boss Uhuru Kenyatta for pushing a project in the name of Raila Odinga to beat him. He is clear Uhuru Kenyatta will fail miserably in his schemes as Kenyans rejected him as a project 20 years ago in 2002.
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The deputy president William president warned Uhuru Kenyatta against pushing an old project and trying to manipulate the 2022 general election. Ruto boldly told Uhuru off for trying to mess around with the minds of Kenyans who can choose a person they want as their president.
Ruto made it clear it will no longer be possible for anybody to intimidate him and his team moving into the general election. He is clear it's extremely unfortunate that some leaders in reference to Uhuru are keen to push a project down the throat of Kenyans against the will and wish of the people.
Ruto allies also hit hard at Uhuru Kenyatta for trying to push a system narrative against William Ruto and fighting the people who made him president. He is firmly clear in the August 9th Polls they would teach Raila and his team a Painful bitter lesson.
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