Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Secretary General Edwin Sifuna has outrageously blasted Deputy President William Ruto. While delivering his speech, Sifuna questioned DP Ruto's concerns over the big businesses, according to Sifuna, the DP has been criticising people with big businesses in the country as he mainly concentrates on boosting smaller businesses.
The Deputy President William Ruto is among those contending for presidency in 2022 and his hustler movement which he launched ahead of the general elections has allegedly raised more concerns. While some see it as a great move by the DP, a section however consider it as being biases and leaving out a section of the country and Sifuna is undoubtedly among those who claim the DP is being biased by his 'hustler movement.'
Sifuna has further urged the Deputy President to be neutral while dealing with Kenyans and stop leaving out part of the country in support of the other. Sifuna who is a close ally of presidential aspirant Raila Odinga has however been slammed by some Kenyans over his criticism on the Deputy President.
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