It is through this context, Deputy President William Ruto left Kenyans on social media in mixed emotions after he slammed Azimio La Umoja Coalition which is lead by Rt Raila Odinga; claims Azimio La Umoja's manifesto has nothing to benefit the 'common Wanjiku' citing it was meant to favour few individuals.
The Dp's sentiments comes at a time a number of Azimio La Umoja components have been seen on social media slamming the recently launched Kenya Kwanza's manifesto; claims it has nothing new.
However, unexpected to the Dp, his sentiments over Azimio La Umoja's manifesto sparked mixed reactions from Kenyans having a section of Kenyans disagreeing with him while others shared different opinions over his remarks. Below are few of the comments;
@Jb Kapilo~ "Look who is talking 😂!! Yani the Dp has the odosity to even talk ill of Azimio La Umoja's manifesto yet Kenya Kwanza's manifesto never even touched on how to eradicate corruption in Kenya? But who doesn't know, they avoided matters corruption because they know it will eat them up".
@George Maina~ "Leave Azimio to continue with their propaganda. The Journey to Bondo is real for Baba".
What is your opinion over Dp Ruto's remarks over Azimio La Umoja Coalition?
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