Former Minister Kipruto Arap Kirwa has accused President William Ruto of trying to become a dictator. According to Kirwa, the latest behavior of the president is worrying and that's why leaders in the opposition coalition are worried. Kirwa affirms that, the issue of poaching opposition MPs into government is a worrying matter.
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Kipruto Arap Kirwa has made it known that the president has used all means to weaken the opposition coalition and return the country into one party rule but they have declined. The former Minister is clear that what Ruto is doing is what happened during Moi era before he turned a dictator.
President Ruto efforts to strengthen the UDA party has been viewed by many as attempts to return Kenya into one party rule. The president has however not spoken on whether he wants Kenya to have one party.
Kirwa has urged president William Ruto to stop trying to weaken the opposition because such will lead him to dictatorship. Kenyans are waiting to know of what unfolds going into the future for it's obvious that the opposition is scared of Ruto's moves.
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