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‘We Do Not Slap Women’ Ruto Responds to Defence CS Wamalwa

During a campaign rally, Deputy President William Ruto visited Kocholia in Teso North, Amukura in Teso South, and Bulemia in Budalang'i. William Ruto's Twitter account.

Deputy President William Ruto has refuted Defence Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa's claims that he intended to slap him in 2018.Ruto stated at a political rally in Kitalale, Saboti Constituency, Trans Nzoia County, Ruto stated that the allegations are "pure lies" intended to tarnish his reputation prior to the general election on August 9.

I overheard a certain individual assert that I wanted to slap him. Where I'm from, women are not slapped. "Please inform him of this," Ruto declared on July 12th.

The country's second-in-command and presidential candidate for the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) stated that Eugene Wamalwa has no moral authority to attack him in his campaigns because he appointed him a Cabinet Secretary in the Jubilee government.

"If not for me, Eugene would not have been in the Jubilee administration." I plucked him from the streets and made him a cabinet secretary in the Jubilee government, which I co-founded with President Uhuru Kenyatta. "

He now has a mouth that reaches all the way to South Africa. "He should be quiet," Ruto said.

Ruto warns against using title deeds to campaign for Raila Ruto also criticized tribal leaders who are using land title deeds to campaign for the presidential candidate of the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya coalition, Raila Odinga.

"They are currently exploiting the national titling program for political gain," Ruto added, "but Kenyans are not fools."

stated that, if elected, he will ensure that all squatters in the country are relocated." In his manifesto, Ruto pledged, "We committed to purchasing one million acres for distribution to squatters and landless people in this country."

Ruto was accompanied by Ford-Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula, who criticized Raila Odinga for calling for the use of a manual voter register in the upcoming elections.

"Raila Odinga has realized that the next government will be formed by the Kenya Kwanza Alliance." Consequently, he threatens the IEBC. He must prepare for retirement alongside President Uhuru Kenyatta, "Wetangula said.0

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Amukura Budalang'i. Bulemia Kocholia Teso North


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