On Monday, October 25, Deputy President William Ruto had a date with the people of Kibwezi, Makueni county as he continues with his campaigns ahead of next year's general elections. Dp Ruto used this opportunity to criticize his closest political rival who is also in quest for the presidential seat, Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga.
Ruto publicly said whether Odinga walks with "demons" wherever he goes, citing reasons on how the ruling Jubilee party collapsed.
"Raila came and wrecked our party. The all inclusive Jubilee that we built is no longer there. I just don't know whether he walks with demons wherever he goes," Dp Ruto said causing the crowed to burst into laughter. Ruto went ahead to accuse the former prime minister of being responsible for the failure of Big 4 agenda, saying that he came and changed the priorities of the government.
Via the famous Handshake gesture, Raila Odinga made a pact with President Uhuru Kenyatta in March 2018 and that was when things started falling apart for the Jubilee administration.
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